Designed by Craig Ellwood in 1958, the Smith House is a modernist icon. In its prime, the home was featured in multiple publications including Architectural Review. Today, the steel post and beam home has been meticulously restored by architect James Tyler. Its two wings form a T-shape with the two bedrooms running parallel with the property and the main living area extending out over the Los Angeles hillside. Inside, red brick, wood paneling, and floor-to-ceiling windows give the interior an authentic mid-century vibe. Between the glazed facade and the 530 square feet of decking, views of the Santa Monica Bay are always on display.