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HISTORY; Storied past, uncertain future; Rupert Pole's labor of love in the hills of Silver Lake stands airy and empty, yet echoes with the vibrancy of free spirit Anais Nin.
[HOME EDITION]
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Historic buildings & sites; Writers; Architecture; Design; Houses
Author: Eastman, Janet
Date: Sep 7, 2006
Start Page: F.3
Section: Home; Part F; Features Desk
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'LITTLE BIRD': [Anais Nin], top, was heavily involved in her home's design, says architect [Eric Lloyd Wright], above.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Christine Cotter Los Angeles Times; NESTING: The home has only one bedroom, above, which opens into the living room where concerts and masquerade parties were frequently held. The bench-style couch with blue cushions was designed by Eric Lloyd Wright. While transcribing her diaries at her desk, below, Nin would pause to look out at the trees.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Les Nakashima and Chris Tschoegl; 'LITTLE BIRD': Nin, top, was heavily involved in her home's design, says architect Eric Lloyd Wright, above.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Robert A. Fitzgerald Jr. Masters & Masterworks; NESTING: The home has only one bedroom, above, which opens into the living room where concerts and masquerade parties were frequently held. The bench-style couch with blue cushions was designed by Eric Lloyd Wright. While transcribing her diaries at her desk, below, Nin would pause to look out at the trees.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Les Nakashima and Chris Tschoegl; MUSINGS: "It had the vista of a Japanese screen, all sky, mountains, lake, as if one lived out of doors," wrote Anais Nin of the Silver Lake home she shared with Rupert Pole.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Christine Cotter Los Angeles Times

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