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Barbara Bestor's Buying Strategy And Bargins (Part 1)

Los Angeles Times April 2008

Barbara Bestor's Buying Strategy And Bargins (Part 1)

Weeks, the lighting designer. It's also her first large gathering in the Los Feliz home she recently built on a promontory directly across the street from the iconic 1924 Ennis House, Frank Lloyd Wright's fourth and final textile-block house in Los Angeles.

'The sloping angles pull the houses together,' says Culver City architect Steven Shortridge, a guest at the party and an early client of Weeks'. 'The strength of the house is how well its spaces and form relate to and 'dance' with the Ennis House across the street.'

TONIGHT, the guest list for the Weeks party skips across the fashion, design, movie and music industries, and as newcomers arrive, they all beg for a home tour.

'You don't know what to expect when you're at the top of a hill across from a Frank Lloyd Wright,' fantasize about moving to L.A., and houses and parties like this are a good endorsement.'