On Sunday, June 27, Dwell is sponsoring a self-drive tour through Los Angeles Eastside–from Larchmont to Silver Lake to Atwater Village. Participants will get to check out amazing modern homes at their own pace.
This internationally published architectural home is a Brian Murphy masterpiece. Constructed out of polished concrete, steel and glass, this home has spectacular city views from every room, including the pool and spa.
This modern post-and-beam house in the West Hollywood Hills features downtown and valley views from every room. Located on famousMulholland Drive and conveniently near Runyon Canyon, this beautiful architectural home provides a nice indoor/outdoor flow, making it a perfect space for entertaining…
This renovated and redesigned architectural home was built by Steven Hill and is located in a great part of Los Feliz.
This stunning architectural home offers the ultimate in efficient, stylish modernism and is just blocks from Abbot Kinney and the beach! Every inch of space is utilized in this beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home. Walls of glass slide open to let in the natural light and ocean air. Exposed concrete block walls carry through from exterior to interior, and the black inset wood frames are a detail borrowed from mid-century Case Study Houses. There are also gorgeous custom-built cherry wood cabinets throughout, hardwood oak floors, and built-ins for ample storage space.
Striking tri-level architectural townhome in the heart of the Sunset Strip. This reimagined one-of-a-kind unit features an open floor plan on the first floor with a spacious living and dining room that seamlessly connects to a high-end Poliform kitchen.
This modern, split-level, hillside home is located in the upward-trending Adam’s Hill neighborhood of Glendale.
Located just down the street from the center of Sunset Junction in Silver Lake, the newly listed 1,600 square foot unit in the Sunset Silver Lake loft building is a great option for someone looking for something modern and move-in ready.
Step through the private gate into this thoughtfully re-imagined mid-century farmhouse retreat. A spa-like sanctuary in a neutral palette, this 4,258 square-foot home features walls of windows, white oak floors, soaring tongue and groove ceilings, and French doors that open to the patio, balcony, or private garden from almost every room.
This unique 2,257 square foot home is nestles away in a quiet pocket of Venice, on a narrow tree lined street. It was built in 1922 and features an original craftsman shell with a redefined architectural steel and glass form blended to the rear of the home, which creates two distinct faces. A modern-craftsman hybrid, this home seamlessly blends old and new, and provides both traditional function and flexible spaces.