It's Friday, and I've found another Julius Shulman photoset of a house in Beverly Hills. This one is "Job 3207: Rex Lotery, Parks House (Beverly Hills, Calif.), 1961"
A closer look at the pool and its surrounds.
In recent pictures, this area is shown as a multi-car garage.
I'm guessing this is around the back.
And now, the interior.
Notice how the contoured wall panel on the left is the same pattern as the exterior panels, but with the in and out bits reversed (as if the exterior panels were a mold for the interior ones).
All from Getty Research Institute
A 2011 article at la.curbed.com
gives the address as 1113 N Beverly Drive. It says that Michael LaFetra, who has also owned Pierre Koenig’s Case Study House #21, bought it when it came onto the market for the first time since it was built it 1960. The article also includes some recent pictures mixed in with some of Mr Shulman's. You can't see the house from the street, so here's an aerial view looking west.
Wanting a photographic rather than a computer generated view, I looked at supercharge.info. I hope that the missing garage structure in this north-looking view is just being rebuilt, because the Curbed article suggested that Michael LaFetra had restored the property. A quick Google didn't turn up any stories about the house being demolished (as seems to happen a lot in this area).
Google Maps via supercharge.info