Glendale Historic Register #23: I like to think that Loyd Wright’s early association with L.A.’s music and theater scene contributed to his undogmatic approach to style. A great actor was still a great actor, even in a different set of clothes. Lloyd designed the first shell of the Hollywood Bowl in 1924. Two years later its stepped design elements are incorporated in the welcoming entry of Calori House, and its modern break the box stepped open plan interior, so appropriate for today’s casual lifestyles, are distinctly Wrightian sheathed in the Spanish Deco Style. Masterfully sited on a rare flat shelf above the canyon floor, the residence opens to spacious patios, and in the canyons, a nearly unheard of grassy back yard privately set within nature. The residence incorporates: living room, dining room, breakfast area in the kitchen, master bedroom with sleeping patio, guest bedroom, attached garage, and except for the 2.5 baths, every room opens to the out of doors.