The Johnson House by Buff and Hensman, 1962 Representing one of the finest examples of Buff and Hensman’s classic post and beam styles. Meticulously restored and expanded with careful consideration to maintain the historic fabric of the house.
Harwell Hamilton Harris, FAIA, 1949; John T. Lyle, AIA, FASLA, 1986. The J.J. Mulvihill Residence and Lyle Design Studio. Designed by master architect Harwell Hamilton Harris in 1949, the 2,000-square-foot, three-level home celebrates Harris’s multivalent approach to architecture.
The Thomson Residence, circa 1957, designed by Buff, Straub & Hensman. This widely published home is an important example of the architects’ early post and beam work. The soaring 2 story glass and wood structure is located in the Poppy Peak Historic District in the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena and offers stunning San Gabriel Mountain and City views.
Designed by architect Richard Kemp and built for his family in 1978, this stunning residence is constructed in a cantilever style above a creek with private spaces, multiple entrances, and flow of light through the forest of trees surrounding the home.
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.
Frederick Roehrig, Architect, The Andrew McNally Estate, 1888. No expense was spared for Andrew McNally’s three-story Altadena mansion. The great map maker used his expansive estate as his own personal calling card for those shivering in the Midwest or along the eastern seaboard, beckoning them to the luxe life available only 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.
Check out this new listing in Los Feliz by Jacobschang Architecture. This modern home features an open concept kitchen, dining, living, and playing areas with Fleetwood doors that sweep the line between indoors and out.
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.