Concrete Ideas on Architecture in Pasadena

Los Robles, Pasadena

After watching a crew build the forms and a couple of cement trucks pouring the concrete, I finally saw the completed concrete house at 747 S. Los Robles Ave. in Pasadena. Unfortunately, it’s not clear who designed the house.


And here’s a closer view.

The home is listed at $2.5 million, according to Zillow.

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5 Responses to Concrete Ideas on Architecture in Pasadena

  1. Eve says:

    Well, that’s . . . certainly, ummm . . . something, isn’t it?


  2. LC says:

    I am not impressed!


  3. Earl Boebert says:

    Somebody in our neighborhood built something similar. We call it “The Embassy” because it looks like it was designed to survive a truck bomb.


  4. Benito says:

    Aside from the playful holes, this house could be Hitler’s bunker. Somebody is overcompensating.


  5. Eve says:

    I do not like it in the abstract OR the concrete.


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