Designed in 1965 by globally renowned architect Frank Gehry, the Danziger Studio and Residence is the architects first recognizable and published work. An interpretation of a cubist compound of distinctly separate live-work areas, it is eloquently enjoined by rising walls of stacked casement windowed towers and reflective light. The residence portion is Gehry's early signature; an open plan with two bedrooms and one bath aloft a two-story living space with a centralized courtyard that also engages with the studio portion. The studio is a large, two-story open space that also includes two offices and a guest bath. Private and secure with excellent preferred parking in the Hollywood Media District. Featured in the MOMA Frank Gehry exhibit, this is indeed a very unique and rare offering that could be used as a live/work space, or entirely as a commercial office/work space.