Built in 1949 by architect Robert E. Bond, this newly listed mid-century is located in the Poppy Peak Historic District of Pasadena. Along with Bond, homes in this area were designed by notable architects including Richard Neutra; Harwell Hamilton Harris; and Buff, Straub and Hensman.
Newly listed, the Mary and Lee Blair Residence and Studio, 1939, designed by Harwell Hamilton Harris. This exceptional residence underwent a meticulous multi-year restoration.
This new Silver Lake listing was renovated by Glen Bell, AIA, of DEX Studio, and featured on the Dwell on Design Home Tour 2011. The impeccable renovation was a collaboration with Bell and the artist and landscape architect owners. The property includes a 1,906 square foot main house and a detached 505 square foot guest house with a kitchen and bath.
Amidst winding redwood decks and nestled within a shady canopy of old oaks, stands this stunning, designer remodeled 1964 Mid Century Modern home. Located in the Verdugo Woodlands neighborhood of Glendale, a curving concrete driveway leads up to the home which is situated on over 1/3 acre.
Designers Breland/Harper consider the experience of their homes from every aspect. They compose fine but simple elements -flooring imported from Italy, solid brass hardware, hand poured concrete counters- and combine them with a minimalist eye.
Modern living at the Mews. Featuring the best of California living, this sleek Dwell-like 3BR/3BA single family home located in popular Atwater Village, incorporates a contemporary aesthetic, incredible light and a great floor plan.
Featured in the Dwell on Design tour and countless magazines, this award winning architectural Modern beach house is just blocks from the sand.
Designed by Richard Nuetra and built in 1951, the Goldman Residence has been painstakingly restored using the finest materials while keeping Neutra’s original vision. Situated on three-quarters of an acre in the coveted Royal Oaks neighborhood in Encino, this mid-century home is surrounded by lush lawns and mature landscaping.
Designed in classic storybook architectural style, the Erbes Residence, 1924 by Henry F. Withey, stands out in Beechwood canyon with it’s turreted entrance and bold red details. Built for comfort and style, this extraordinary Hollywoodland property has only been updated with features that are necessary for 21st living, such as air conditioning, new electrical and earthquake bolting.
Located down a secluded winding road in prime Eagle Rock, this mid-century post and beam showcases spectacular mountain views from every room. Built by USC architect Walter Kozoil in 1955, this once in a lifetime home boasts incredible light and epitomizes mid-century architecture.