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To enter the Frank House—better known as Case Study House #25 to architecture buffs—you must first carefully step across a row of what look like floating square stones, being careful not to plunge a foot into the reflecting pool where, on any normal home, might have been an over-watered lawn.

To enter the Frank House—better known as Case Study House #25 to architecture buffs—you must first carefully step across a row of what look like floating square stones, being careful not to plunge a foot into the reflecting pool where, on any normal home, might have been an over-watered lawn.

To enter the Frank House—better known as Case Study House #25 to architecture buffs—you must first carefully step across a row of what look like floating square stones, being careful not to plunge a foot into the reflecting pool where, on any normal home, might have been an over-watered lawn.

To enter the Frank House—better known as Case Study House #25 to architecture buffs—you must first carefully step across a row of what look like floating square stones, being careful not to plunge a foot into the reflecting pool where, on any normal home, might have been an over-watered lawn.

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This midcentury modern home in wine country has a large flat roof, deep overhangs, walls of glass, a linear pool with stone deck surrounding, and desert landscaping.

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