This unique mid-century modern home was designed by Edward H. Fickett, FAIA, in 1956, and this is its first time on the market since! It is a fantastic example of the period’s post and beam construction, with an open, light-filled floor plan, high ceilings, and walls of glass.
I saw this house today on broker’s caravan and was pleasantly surprised. The current owners spent a lot of money upgrading the home with high end finishes and attention to detail. The house is very open, gets a lot of light, and is located on a part of Coronado that has a great neighborhood feel.
The Pasinetti House was built in 1958 by architect Haralamb Georgescu (1908-77), a renowed architect in his native Romania, he designed dozens of buildings here in Southern California. The Pasinetti House, which gets its name from its first owner, Italian writer Pier Maria Pasinetti, was featured in the influential Arts & Architecture magazine 50 years ago, but fell into obscurity until 2007 when real estate developer Tim Braseth restored it with architect Aaron Torrence of Design Plus Construction. The home’s restoration was featured in the Los Angeles Times.
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On the market for the first time in over 50 years, this charming 1923 Silver Lake residence is sited on knoll above the Reservoir on a private, wooded lot.
This traditional home built in 1936, located in the much sought after Los Feliz Oaks, features 3 bedrooms, 3 tiled baths, a formal entry and dining room, gorgeous kitchen, ample living room, and light-filled media room.
Built in 1937, this gorgeous architectural home has been completely redesigned and features the quintessential California indoor/outdoor floor plan. It provides gorgeous walls of glass that open to the outside yard and a variety of outdoor spaces–perfect for enjoy spectacular sunsets and romantic al fresco dinners…
The Keochakian Residence, 1969. Allyn E. Morris, F.A.I.A. Walls of glass, clean lines, sharp angles and an indoor-outdoor flow characterize this late 1960’s modernist home.
Formspring was something I was initially suspect about when I saw it popping up on sites like Tumblr and Twitter, but I am going to give it a shot and see if it actually might be kind of useful for us all. If you’re looking to buy a house and have a question about real … Continued
Purists looking for a case study-inspired architectural will appreciate the quality details of this mid-century home in Brentwood. Built in 1955, it features an open floor plan, wonderful indoor/outdoor flow, large walls of glass and spacious decks. There is also a sauna, pool and amazing ocean, canyon, and city views!