( Al Seib / Los Angeles Times )
By Debra Prinzing
Christophe Burusco's hunt for a modernist house took him to the hills of Glendale and a single-story, stone-and-glass box that opened up to the San Gabriel Mountains beyond. Called the Daily House after original owners Allan and Jean Daily, the 1,900-square-foot residence had strayed far from its 1954 roots — but the potential was undeniable. "Over time, it had become a traditional, all-American house with pink plaid wallpaper in the kitchen and swag drapes and gold shag carpeting in the living room," says Burusco, a lawyer who paid just under $500,000 and in 2001 became the property's second owner. "But I was blown away by the architecture, and I could see beyond all the bad cosmetic changes that had occurred."
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