This courtyard design belongs to the Brody house in Los Angeles, is named for its first owners Sidney & Frances Lasker Brody. The focal point is the impressive ceramic mural La Gerbe (the sheaf) of 1953 designed by Henry Matisse & commissioned by Brody family. The mural was considered by Frances Brody '' the heart of our home. '' This courtyard is a versatile venue that can be used to host events, enjoy a sunny day or simply relax. I love the contrast of white furniture & splashes of black with the gorgeous colorful ceramic mural, also the fact that one can feel out despite being surrounded by walls. Today the mural is in the LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art).
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