“The Magnificent Merry Norris Modern” perched in LA’s coveted Bird Streets.
Striking tri-level architectural townhome in the heart of the Sunset Strip. This reimagined one-of-a-kind unit features an open floor plan on the first floor with a spacious living and dining room that seamlessly connects to a high-end Poliform kitchen.
Newly listed in the Hollywood Hills this 1969 property’s main house was designed by mid-century modern architect Hal Levitt. Down a long, private and lushly landscaped driveway the house emerges and seems to almost cantilever over the drive exposing it’s floor to ceiling panes of glass.
One of the great homes in LA has hit the market: The Wolff House by John Lautner. Lautner is responsible for many of SoCal’s definitive modernist homes, but this may very well be his best.
New to the market, Raphael Soriano’s Polito House. Built in 1938, the restored 3-level Bauhaus cube is located on a street-to-street lot in lower Sunset Strip. The 1,496 square foot residence is a rare example of International, pre mid-century architecture in Los Angeles.
Built in 1955, this a stunning example of an updated post and beam. The 3,000 square foot home is located in lower Sunset Plaza on a quiet cul-de-sac with southern exposure to optimize the natural light and spectacular city views.
New to the market, a unit in this stunning architectural building in an ideal West Hollywood location, just a block from shopping and restaurants. Habitat 825 was built in 2007 by the award-winning L.A. architecture and design company Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects and it won the 2008 AIA National Housing Award.
Situated in the Hollywood Hills above the Sunset Strip, this 1956 mid-century modern home features vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, a pool, and impeccable finishes and details throughout. The interior was designed by Kelly Wearstler, and it has been featured in many publications.
This architectural estate, originally built in 1940, was remodeled in 1951 by John Lautner for actress Anne Baxter (granddaughter of architect Frank Lloyd Wright) and her husband John Hodiak. The 3,642 square foot home has a beautifully open floor plan with floor to ceiling walls of glass. The living room opens up to the stunning outdoor patio and heated pool, overlooking the lights of Los Angeles.
West Hollywood’s Structures & Style: Fashion Blueprints is exploring and celebrating fashion and architecture with a guided tour this Saturday, August 27th. Participants will view the latest architecture, design, and fashion concepts at some of the top boutiques in West Hollywood, including 3.1 Phillip Lim, H.L.N.R., Alberta Ferretti, Roseark and Church Boutique. The event will close with a reception at the new West Hollywood Library. All proceeds go to the WEHO Community Housing Corporation, which raises money to build affordable housing for low-income families. Tickets are $185, but for Take Sunset readers, there’s a special insider rate!