Dodge House in West Hollywood featured innovations in concrete

07/20/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

West Hollywood's Dodge House shook up Southern California's architecture scene and showed a glimpse of the future with its simple design and heavy use of concrete. Completed in 1916, the house had concrete walls and a concrete hood over the kitchen stove, which made for easy cleaning. The structure was torn down in 1970 to make way for an apartment complex.

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