1260 Hill Drive In Eagle Rock

1260 Hill Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90041

3 BR, 2 BA

Originally built in 1950, this modernist home has soaring roof lines and large sliding glass doors that bring the outdoors in to this open, functional living space. This mid-century modern home features hardwood floors throughout, gas fireplace, great outdoor space and more.

The 1,482 square foot residence was rebuilt between 2004 and 2007 with eco-friendly details throughout, including dual-pane glass windows, low-VOC maple floors, and VOC-free organic milk paint.

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2232 Westridge Road In Brentwood

2232 Westridge Road
Los Angeles, CA 90049

4 BR, 3.5 BA

Originally built in 1959 and completely renovated in 2010 by architect Mark Pisani, this gorgeous new listing in Brentwood features ocean, city and canyon views.

The 3,000 square foot home is ideal for lovers of mid-century modern who are also looking for high-end finishes. There are dramatic, curved floor to ceiling glass windows, a saltwater pool and spa, and a firepit set in poured concrete.

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Pierre Koenig’s Scott House In Tujunga

10300 Haines Canyon Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 91042

2 BR, 2 BA

The Scott House, designed by Pierre Koenig in 1956, is an example of his early work in steel and glass and is one of only five projects predating his Case Study work. This residence is a precursor to the Bailey House (Case Study House #21) built in 1958 and to Koenig’s most well-known work, the Stahl House (Case Study House #22), which was built in 1960. The Scott House is virtually unaltered, and as with all Koenig’s designs, it looks strikingly modern over 50 years later.

The Scott House was designed as a model for postwar suburban life and includes an efficient floor plan that stretches well beyond its 1,429 square feet. Nearly every room opens to the outdoors, and views of the foothills are captured through the massive sliding glass panels.

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Missoni for Target Collection

Target’s designer collaborations with lines like Liberty of London, Jean Paul Gaultier, Zac Posen Alexander McQueen and many more, have brought high-end fashion to the masses for over five years. There is always a fashion feeding frenzy over the collaborations, thanks to an evil mix of advanced hype, secrecy, and a sense of urgency spurred on by Target’s limited-time-only events.

And now Target is joining forces with the luxury Italian home and fashion brand Missoni to release the 400-piece Missoni for Target collection. The line will include pretty much everything under the sun, including a plethora of zigzagged clothing for women, men, kids, and babies, shoes, knits, office products, luggage, housewares, accessories–even a Missoni-clad bike!

Of course, my eye is on the home decor, which is all Target-priced. Items range from $3 to $600 with most landing around $40. The Missoni for Target collection launches in stores and online September 13 and runs until October 22. But get there early if you want the good stuff! It will go fast.

(Image Source: Missoni for Target on Facebook)

399 Cherry Drive In Pasadena

399 Cherry Drive
Pasadena, CA 91105

3 BR, 2 BA

Built in 1954, this stylish mid-century modern post and beam is located on a street-to-street lot the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena. The 1,353 square foot residence has been well maintained over the years and is in turnkey condition.

Filtered sunlight streams through the floor to ceiling windows, and sliding glass doors open to the back deck with treetop and garden views.

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10227 Chrysanthemum Lane In Bel Air

10227 Chrysanthemum Lane
Los Angeles, CA 90077

3 BR, 3 BA

Built by architect John Reed, AIA, in 1957, the Zolotow House is located on a quite lane off Beverly Glen in Bel Air.

The 2,629 square foot post and beam features walls of glass that open to a spacious deck with treetop and canyon views from the front of the house and hillside views from the back.

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Structures & Style: Fashion Blueprints In West Hollywood

LA fashion gets a bad rap. It’s pointed to for flip flops at business meetings and dudes in bedazzled Ed Hardy. But dig a little deeper and you’ll find that the anti-fashion stereotype is only partly true. There’s certainly a fair share of Christian Audigier and teacup Pomeranians rolling around in designer purses, but there’s also incredible fashion and gorgeous architecture around every corner. It is the intersection of fashion and architecture that West Hollywood’s Structures & Style: Fashion Blueprints is exploring and celebrating this Saturday, August 27th.

Beginning at 11am, there will be a guided walking and shuttle tour. Participants will explore the latest architecture, design, and fashion concepts at some of the top boutiques in West Hollywood, including 3.1 Phillip Lim, H.L.N.R., Alberta Ferretti, Roseark and Church Boutique. The event will close with a reception catered by Craig’s at the new West Hollywood Library. You’ll drink and dine while viewing the murals created by Shepard Fairey, Retna and Kenny Scharf. Most importantly, all proceeds go to the WEHO Community Housing Corporation, which raises money to build affordable housing for low-income families.

Tickets for the Structures & Style: Fashion Blueprints are $185, but for Take Sunset readers, there’s a special insider rate of $110! Go here to purchase your discount tickets directly through PayPal. And for more information, a detailed schedule and map, go here.

Structures & Style: Fashion Blueprints
The New West Hollywood Library
625 N. San Vicente Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069

August 27, 2011 from 11am – 3pm

1973 Redesdale Avenue In Silver Lake

1973 Redesdale Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90039

3 BR, 3 BA

The Jenkyns House, 1960, designed by architect Josef Van der Kar, AIA, lifts from street level with a slanted roofline, creating a dramatic soaring effect, similar to Van der Kar’s iconic Wohlstetter House.

The 1,840 square foot home features walls of glass and expansive decks on two levels, capturing sweeping views of the Silver Lake Reservoir. The interior offers classic mid-century design with exposed post and beam ceilings, brick fireplaces, and floating staircases.

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3705 Alzada Road In Altadena

3705 Alzada Road
Altadena, CA 91001

3 BR, 3 BA

Originally built in 1949 by architect Robert F. Gordon, and later updated by Tim Andersen (1975) and Fung and Blatt (2004), this residence melds modern living in a spectacular park-like setting.

Located down a private drive in Altadena, this 1,844 square foot modernist masterpiece has continued to evolved, while keeping Gordon’s early vision of integrating the building’s structure with the natural site. Tim Andersen added the new entry and living space, expanding the home’s entertaining possibilities.

And later, Fung and Blatt converted the now poolside horse stables into an ideal contemporary writers retreat, or guest bedroom and bath, winning A.I.A. Award recognition.

See more photos of this amazing residence after the break!

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3021 Castle Street In Silver Lake

3021 Castle Street
Los Angeles, CA 90039

2 BR, 2 BA

This bright and inviting traditional Silver Lake home offers 1,179 square feet of interior space, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and great outdoor space–all in a top-notch Silver Lake location for a good price.

The house was built in 1939 and has been updated with a mid-century feel that blends with its original character detail. The living room features a wood burning fireplace and leads to the dining room…

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