A Single Man starts and ends inside George’s house, and much of the film is set within the interior spaces. The house is a John Lautner home, the Schaffer Residence, which was designed in 1949 for the parents of an assistant. The Schaffer Residence is a small two-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a quarter-acre (1,698 square feet) site. The house features an open floor plan and is constructed entirely out of steel, glass, redwood and concrete…
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