The house Richard Neutra built in the 1930s across the street from the Silver Lake Reservoir, which his son rebuilt in the late 1960s after a fire destroyed it, is almost all windows. Light shines in from all sides of most rooms, which makes the house's open-air walkways and balconies seem like natural extensions of the already very exposed house. Artist-architect Bryony Roberts has hung long blue cords of satin from these open-air areas, and they look like falling lines of water, shimmering when the light catches them. 2300 Silver Lake Blvd.; through Sept. 7; $10 donation. (323) 644-5480,

Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays. Starts: July 13. Continues through Sept. 7, 2013

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