This new listing in the Hollywood Hills was built by renowned architect Edward H. Fickett in 1957. The 2,092 square foot home was fully remodeled both inside and out in 2011 while staying true to Fickett’s original design.
We are way into BetterShelter here on Take Sunset, and with each amazing flip Steve Jones manages to top his last. This three-bedroom, two-bath mid-century home in Glassel Park just hit the market, and it is a true stunner, featuring vaulted ceilings, an open floorplan, and three decks from which you can check out the extraordinary canyon views…
This Hollywood Hills architectural was built in 1963 and features beautiful post and beam ceilings, an open floor plan, and walls of glass. Ideal for enjoying the quintessential California indoor/outdoor lifestyle, it has a gorgeous swimming pool and wraparound yard.
It’s always interesting to see a mid-century home home hit the market for the very first time. It’s kind of like looking into a time capsule. The “Par 4 House,” was built in 1949 and is set high in prime Mt. Washington.
Why not wear your love of architecture on your sleeve, er, wrist? The Canadian brand May 28th’s new line of stainless steel and quartz Architect Watches each feature a different blueprint illustration in miniature.
This internationally published architectural home is a Brian Murphy masterpiece. Constructed out of polished concrete, steel and glass, this home has spectacular city views from every room, including the pool and spa.
This reinvisioned and expanded home, originally built in 1953, is located in the Los Feliz Oaks on quiet cul-de-sac, discretely sited behind a custom designed fence and lush landscaping. The 2,682 square foot home seamlessly blends the indoors with the out, and modern enhancements with vintage charm. The light filled living room features vaulted ceilings, skylights, and a stacked stone fireplace. It opens first to the wood paneled family room and then onto the patio and the solar heated saline pool.
On Sunday, June 27, Dwell is sponsoring a self-drive tour through Los Angeles Eastside–from Larchmont to Silver Lake to Atwater Village. Participants will get to check out amazing modern homes at their own pace.
If you’re not careful, you could cruise right by Broome Street General Store in Silver Lake, but that would be a major mistake. This sweet little bungalow on Rowena (the former home of Freight and Zanzabelle) just opened at the beginning of the month and it’s drawing the neighborhood crowd to it’s 30-seat patio and store for a cup of coffee, treats, housewares, and more. It’s easily walkable from the Reservoir path and the surrounding neighborhood, making it the perfect spot to pick up a meal to-go or to unwind on the patio…
Heath Ceramics and House Industries are collaborating to design Heath House Numbers, 3-dimensional clay tiles celebrating the legendary Neutra and Eames number fonts.