Avenel Homes, a ten-unit cooperative housing development designed by Gregory Ain in 1947. A rare opportunity to own one of the best units in this landmark Silver Lake complex, representing the best of mid-century modern design and thinking.
The Ansalem A. Ernst House by Gregory Ain c. 1937. LA Historic-Cultural Monument No. 840. First time on market in over twenty years, this iconic home is located in the coveted Los Feliz Oaks.
Update 12/22: And the winner is….Silvertop! Not a big surprise that one of the best houses in L.A. won. The voting wasn’t even that close as the landmark Lautner property captured a wopping 37% of the votes. Tied for second place was the Wirin House and 7529 Mulholland Dr with 11% each. The full results … Continued
Originally designed for TV and Radio Announcer Richard Tufeld and his family, this 1954 mid-century gem incorporated all of the conveniences of contemporary living, exclaiming Adrienne Tufeld: “The house is as modern as tomorrow~~~it has a freezer, dishwasher, and garbage disposal.” Indeed, the architect, Gregory Ain, explored social issues through his progressive views with an emphasis on the flexible use of work, leisure and outdoor space planned to circulate activities throughout the house and technology to facilitate daily living.
This newly listed 4-unit building, known as Dunsmuir Flats, was built in 1938 by architect Gregory Ain.
This newly listed Gregory Ain (1948) is one of 52 houses built by the architect in the “Modernique Homes” development. Also referred to as the Mar Vista Tract, this idyllic neighborhood offers mature, tree-lined streets and green yards–thanks to the work of notable mid-century landscape architect Garrett Eckbo.
The upcoming Pasadena Heritage 35th Anniversary Spring Home Tour will highlight mid-century modern residential architecture on a self-driven tour of 5 mid-century homes designed by noted architects.
This new listing in Los Feliz features the designs of two of Los Angeles’ most renown mid-century architects: Gregory Ain and Pierre Koenig.
I’m excited to report a brand new listing in Gregory Ain’s Avenel Homes. Architect Michael Folonis has redone this unit and according to the listing, Folonis was “not seeking to put his stamp on the design, but rather to reflect Ain’s philosophy with contemporary cabinetry and surfaces in keeping with the international style.”
This new listing has enough history to satisfy the most seasoned architecture buff. In 1912 a hunting cabin was built for the Dodge family in the Hollywood Hills. The hillside property (which has been owned by the same family for the last 80 years) has views of the Hollywood sign, Observatory and city lights. In … Continued