This 1964 post-and-beam Modernist house was designed by architect Douglas Rucker
Post-and-beam houses have a way of drawing you in and allowing for great open spaces. The 1964 Hogan House is a Laurel Canyon classic, designed by architect Douglas Rucker. The views and expanses of glass do not disappoint. While reaching out to Rucker for his advice, new owners have recently restored the house and designated it as L.A. Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM) #1152 in 2018.
The house was originally designed for actor Jack Hogan who is best known for his role on the 1960s television show Combat.