October 13, 2020
Author: Susan Pate & Jeff Oien
This Midcentury Montecito Masterpiece Is Available for the First Time in 50 Years
Designed by renowned architect Lutah Maria Riggs, the 1958 Erdman House is on four knoll-top acres in prime Montecito—and Riggs's use of shakkei, as the Japanese call "borrowed scenery," is evident in almost every room.
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