Prolific producer Joel Silver has called it a wrap on the Storer House. The man behind such franchise films as ”Lethal Weapon,” ”Die Hard,” and ”The Matrix” bought the 1924 Frank Lloyd Wright home for about $726,000 in 1984. (He has another Wright house in South Carolina.) The 2,967-square-foot concrete house is built into the hillside and features a two-story living room, front and rear terraces, and a pool. A fan of fine architecture, Silver and producer wife Karyn Fields own a 10,000-square-foot hacienda designed by renowned Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta.
(House: Jonathan Alcorn/Zuma Press; Joel Silver: Tony Barson/Wireimage.com)
Posted June 28 2002 — 12:00 AM EDT
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