A favorite of visiting Europeans, The Eames House (Case Study House #8) is one of the Southern California's finest examples of domestic architecture. I took these pictures on a visit sponsored by the Hollyhock House docents in 2005. This year the house celebrates 60 years: Charles and Ray Eames moved into their home that overlooks an open meadow on Christmas Eve 1949. Made from industrial materials, its simplicity and harmony with is site is really inspiring. The property is open for self-guided tours Monday - Saturdays.$5/person is the suggested contribution. Peek into the windows and open doors to see the house's interior almost exactly as Ray Eames left it.