This mid-century modern home, nestled comfortable in the Silver Lake Hills, was built in 1962. It has beautiful post and beam ceilings and open kitchen, living room, and dining room space. With its large deck, this house provides the perfect environment for entertaining, dining and relaxing.
This 1960 post and beam hideaway is located on a private drive in the Hollywood Hills. Set at the rear of a spacious, semi-private lot, the 1,494 square foot house has views of the beautiful yard through large doors and windows in the living room, dining area, and bedrooms.
Buff & Hensman’s Dunn Residence. Solidity, size and strength typical of the later work of Buff & Hensman are on full display in this amazingly original home – beautifully sited on a small cul-de-sac shared by two other architecturally notable properties.
5523 Tuxedo Terrace Los Angeles, 90068 $1,799,000 3BR, 3.5 BA Here’s a house that does a nice job of reinterpreting 1960s modern. Anyone who loves exposed wood beams will love this house. Located up in the Los Feliz hills, you can watch the sun set from the beautiful backyard pool and fire pit. I love … Continued
A classic Silver Lake 1929 Spanish in the Moreno Highlands reimagined by design firm Breland-Harper.
Live in the heart of coveted Ladera Heights in this designer-done home with a classic California style.
From Echo Park to Venice and beyond, under-utilized lots are being transformed under LA’s Small Lot Ordinance into communities of single family residences. The Small-Lot Ordinance, adopted in 2005, changed the Municipal Code to allow for zoning of multiple single family residences on parcels of land traditionally used for apartment and condominium construction. The benefit … Continued
Hidden in the tree tops of Rustic Canyon on the coveted Latimer Rd, this home re-created by Frank Gehry blends architectural modern lines w/ rustic finishes.
The Meyer Residence, Ray Kappe, FAIA, 1961/1996.
22426 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 John Lautner has contributed some of the most unusual and interesting houses to L.A.’s rich architectural history, like The Chemosphere, for example! The Segel House on Carbon beach in Malibu is certainly among his finest creations. Built in 1979, the house has had a number of famous owners … Continued