The most important post–World War II house in the neighborhood is this house Granger designed for his family after returning from a graduate education at Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and working in Richard Neutra's Los Angeles office. Planes of rose brick are countered with large panes of glass.
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Charles and Marjorie Granger House
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