By Pauline O’Connor

Though primarily known for his steel-and-glass midcentury moderns in Palm Springs, Donald Wexler didn’t restrict his work to the desert. In 2008, the visionary designer collaborated with architect Henry Buckingham on this live-work space in the Hollywood Hills for Wexler’s son, art photographer Glen Wexler.

Located in the Hollywood Knolls about a mile northwest of the Hollywood Reservoir, the Brutalist-style property measures 6,020 square feet and has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a formal dining room, a media room, multiple offices and lounges, and a studio/gallery big enough to roller-skate in.

Notable interior features include 16-foot ceilings, polished concrete and hardwood floors, two fireplaces, professional-grade media equipment, skylights, clerestory windows, and sliding glass doors.

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