Published Wolff House, 1958, by Thornton Ladd. This house is a floating glass pavilion over water, employing the purest of Miesian architecture with spectacular panoramic city to ocean views. The living room has four over-sized sliding glass doors on a double-axis with terrazzo walkways symmetrically aligned, suggesting a highly refined modern Greek temple. Each interior room is a visual extension of the outdoor space beyond. There are large koi pools, citrus trees, and an open viewing pavilion set in Japanese gardens. The important property rivals Mies Van Der Rohe's Farnsworth House and Philip Johnson's Glass House.