Pierre Koenig, an acclaimed American architect, made a lasting impact on modernist design with the completion of the Oberman House in 1962. The house embodies the essence of the Mid-Century Modern Architecture movement, which emphasized sleek simplicity and practical functionality.
The Oberman residence has received numerous awards. A jury chaired by architect Edward Killingsworth included it in the group of the “36 most significant buildings built in Los Angeles since 1947” with the following motivation: “Refined example of imaginative use of industrial materials for a well-structured and detailed home”.
Because the building has passed from owner to owner over the years, many changes have been made. Windows have been replaced by walls and the residence now has a regular pointed roof.
About this print edition
Available in 2 sizes, both unframed and framed in white
30*45 cm (12*18 inches) - Edition of 35
40*60 cm (16*24 inches) - Edition of 25
The oak tray frames are only available in
60*90 cm (24*35 inches) - Edition of 3
Printed on acid-free, 310 gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paper
Guaranteed archival life of 100+ years
Signed and numbered certificate of authenticity included
Frames are heavyweight, solid wood. Produced in Germany from FSC-certified sources
Carbon neutral, sustainable production, packaging and shipping