Gizmodo has hired a plane and took some photos of Steve Jobs' now demolished mansion.
The Jackling House was located in Woodside, California, designed and built for copper mining magnate Daniel Cowan Jackling and his family by the noted California architect George Washington Smith in 1925. George Washington Smith integrated the 17,000 sq ft residence and landscaped gardens with a large traditional courtyard, open-air balconies, and many indoor-outdoor sightline and access connections. Details about the house and its contents when Jackling lived there, including the organ, are in his collected papers in the Stanford University Library. [W]
After a long legal battle, the mansion was destroyed earlier this week. Local preservationists had created a group, 'Uphold Our Heritage', dedicated to saving the historic residence but they were unsuccessful.
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