13380 Java Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
3BD / 2BA
Tranquil and charming setting home with lots of space to enjoy nature.
This elegant home features a stone brick fireplace, high raised post ceiling, very exquisite and full of light.
Modernism, Obi-Wan Kenobi explains it best!
This video explains how Arts and Crafts period, narrated by Ewan McGregor, is one of the most influential periods in design History.
Courtesy of the Open University. Click Here to watch.
1500 Vista Ln, Pasadena, 91103
2 BD / 2 BA
A rare opportunity to own an authentic Pasadena Mid Century home on one of Linda Vista’s most treasured tree lined streets.
Lovingly built and cared for by the original family, this custom built modern 1948 home features a large living room with classic mid-century floor to ceiling wood paneling and an open dining room with sliding glass doors leading to a gorgeously landscaped backyard.
KEM WEBER, 1889 – 1963, was born in Berlin, Germany, a furniture- and industrial designer, an architect, art director and teacher. Going by his first name KEM is the short for his full name KARL EMANUEL MARTIN.
Before he enrolled at the school of decorative arts in berlin in 1908, where he studied with BRUNO PAUL, he was trained as a cabinet maker. Already in 1910 he became involved in the construction of the german pavilion at the the brussels world fair. After graduating in 1912 kem worked for the german government on a display for the San Francisco PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION in 1915.
To supervise the project he was sent to san francisco and was stranded there after WW1 ( 1914 – 1918 ) erupted. While teaching in Santa Barbara, California, Kem opened his own design studio, became a U.S.citizen in 1924, and headed to L.A. as an art director for Barker Bros. furniture.
From 1927 on, he also designed modern sets for Hollywood movies and private residences in his own studio. In 1934 his AIRLINE CHAIR became famous.
1438 N Kenter Ave, Brentwood, CA 90049
3BD / 2BA
An opportunity to own a Richard Neutra Architectural with panoramic views spanning from the Santa Monica Bay to Century City and to the San Gabriel Mountains.
This Crestwood Hills private oasis includes a spacious step down Living room with Fireplace, Dining room and Master all overlooking the beautiful views.