Now on the market: The Lois and Roger Kennedy Studio/Residence #3, 1970, Roger Kennedy design with Bernard Zimmerman FAIA. It is easy to understand why the genius of Roger Kennedy’s work in residential architecture is not well known; he only designed three houses for himself and his wife Lois. Each home is iconic and adds important new vocabularies to the language of modernist design.
The Hanson Residence, 1924, architect Jean-Louis Egasse. Built during the same period as the Egasse-Braasch House, this is an optimal example of the whimsical, architectural Storybook at the peak of the 1920’s period.
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.
The Hawk House, 1939, Harwell Hamilton Harris, architect. This rare and significant offering is a striking example of H.H. Harris at his early simple best.
A long gated driveway leads you to this 1983 contemporary modern architectural masterpiece designed by Buff and Hensman. Sited on almost four acres of land in La Canada Flintridge, this one-of-a-kind private retreat is perfectly designed to be in harmony with its natural hillside setting.
The Miltimore Residence, 1911, now on the market for the first time since 1952. Designed in 1911 for Mrs. Paul Miltimore, this house is considered the most significant surviving residence by architect Irving Gill in Southern California.
This incredible mountain retreat is truly like no other. A finely detailed house of rock, glass and impressive wood beams, the home was designed in 1984 by Scott Emsley, AIA who worked with the great organic modernist Ken Kellogg.
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.
For the first time on the market in 25 years, iconic 1940’s Hollywood Hills moderne residence by C. Raimond Johnson, AIA.
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.