The Loring House by Richard Neutra, 1958, is one of Neutra’s finest examples of mid-century boxcar design with oversized retractable glass doors, broad roof overhang, and a sleek spider leg column façade.
Driving down Sea View Lane is like a journey through the history of 20th century architecture. The historic collection of homes includes works by Harwell Harris, James De Long, and others. The Albee Residence by Fung & Blatt fits beautifully into this landscape.
The Brander House, built in 1959 under the supervision of cultural barrier-breaking architect Eugene Kinn Choy, A.I.A., was subsequently immortalized by the era’s most eminent architectural photographer Julius Shulman.
Silver Lake modernism at its best is on full display at this 1960 home designed by architect Stephen Alan Siskind.
For the first time on the market in 25 years, iconic 1940’s Hollywood Hills moderne residence by C. Raimond Johnson, AIA.
First offering! The Alexander House, 1951, by architect John Lautner, FAIA.
Set back from the street and tucked away behind an array of agaves, cacti, and more than 50-year-old Redwood trees sits this completely private mid-century jewel.
At the Spanner Residence (1968) mid-century master architect Rex Lotery, F.A.I.A. developed a solution in which light and space are gloriously one.
This post and beam residence, the work of notable LA architect Dick E. Lowry AIA, presents an exquisite geometry of light, space, function, and form.
New to the market, the Roxy Roth Residence, 1946, Rudolph Schindler, Architect.