This incredible new listing in Hancock Park was originally built in 1954, and has undergone an impeccable restoration inspired by the wineries of Napa Valley.
True mid-century modern living is found in this Silver Lake “treehouse” designed by architect Robert A. Pratt circa 1954.
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.
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.
Nestled in the lush Echo Park hills, Architect Leigh Jerrard reimagined and updated this 1920’s bungalow. Here he created a stunning, airy, modern home and expansive guest house. Located just north of downtown Los Angeles, both houses offer an open layout and stunning views.
Nestled among the trees and situated on a quiet cul-de-sac, this modern home boasts amazing views of Silver and Los Feliz. Newly built by Unique Construction, this architectural home features an open layout and is easily walkable to local hotspots and favorites.
A masterpiece of contemporary Californian design, this exceptional Hollywood Hills retreat has the combination of features that have become so hard to find: pool, view, and privacy all on one level of a single-story modern home.
Built in 2006 by Barbara Bestor, AIA, this stunning home offers sweeping views, privacy and dramatic living spaces. Well poised in the Silver Lake hills above the reservoir, the home features over 7,256 square feet of engaging materials and design.
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.