This outstanding Richard Neutra, known as The Troxell House, was built in 1956 and has been fully renovated. The residence offers 3,044 square feet of interior space, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and beautiful post and beam ceilings. There are spectacular panoramic ocean, city, and mountain views, as well.
I am very excited to announce my newest listing: The Parr-Schoenfeld Residence, c 1954. Designed by architect Lucille Raport, disciple of Richard Neutra, revered for her Post-War feminism in a male dominated field in the 1950s.
In 1956, a 4-year-old black Lab named Eddie had his dream dog house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Sited on a generous, quiet lot, this quintessential three-bedroom two-bath mid-century home, designed by Pollack & Kahn, exudes warmth and sophistication reminiscent of homes of the era.
Pacific Standard Time, the collaboration of more than sixty cultural institutions across Southern California coming together to tell the story of the birth of the LA art scene from 1945 to 1980, opens this weekend. And as part of this massive event, California Design, 1930–1965: “Living in a Modern Way” opens at LACMA.
Sited high above Oak Pass road, commanding its own knoll and set within a grove of California oaks, this architectural residence is situated on a gated private road. This one story mid-century home has been recently renewed to its 1954 design by Bruce Bollander, A. I. A. and features stunning canyon vistas.
I am very excited to announce my newest listing: a stunning 1963 Silver Lake modernist compound! All the highly desirable elements of modern living are here in this mid-century post & beam: open floor plan perfect for entertaining, an abundance of light from walls of windows, and giant sliding glass doors that open to a private pool to create the ultimate indoor/outdoor living experience.
The How House, built by R.M. Schindler for James Eads How in 1925, received lots of buzz when it first hit the market in September of 2008. The home was originally listed for $4.995 and underwent a number of price reductions. Now it is back on the market for an even further reduced price. The … Continued
My first stop on this year’s MAK Center Architecture tour of Silver Lake and Los Feliz modernism was Schindler’s McAlmon House up in the Silver Lake hills. This residential unit is actually in two parts and the one we got to see was in the back. The house showcases Schindler’s “space architecture” technique with differing … Continued
Just listed is the Siegel House by architect A. Quincy Jones. High up in the Santa Monica Mountains of Brentwood, with sweeping city and ocean views, this historic 1950 Mid-Century Modern home is one of the most important of the small number remaining from this forward-looking postwar housing experiment.