Presenting the George Deutsch Residence Deutsch worked with Lautner on the built-ins and cabinetry for the Wolff Residence. Becoming enamored with the unique design of Lautner's masterpiece. 7187 Macapa is a site-specific, 2/3 scale model of Lautner's Wolff Residence.
Pasadena Craig Ellwood Architect - 1965 - Kubly House. Known for designing case study houses #16, #17, and #18. Working in wood and glass, Ellwood created a transparent horizontal box. Then elevated it like a pavilion among the massive gum and oak trees shading the site.
9422 SIERRA MAR DRIVE, LOS ANGELES | $15,900,000 | 5 BD | 6 BA Hollywood Hills Home Brilliantly Designed by Belzberg Architects. Located on one of the most peaceful of the bird streets. Ideally located at the end of desirable Sierra Mar Drive. One of the most peaceful of the bird streets. THIS WAY FOR [...]
Exceptionally designed home on an expansive private, serene lot. Ideally situated to capture light throughout the day. A seamless design allows nature to be the Art. Opening to this natural park setting with views of mature sycamores and redwoods.
Originally built in 1958, The Loring House is a captivating compound in the Hollywood Hills. Encompassing panoramic views of the canyons. This showpiece property is a part of California's rich architectural legacy.
This 1960 La Canada Flintridge compound, reflects the work of Hal Levitt. The best modern design philosophies of mid-century Los Angeles. The only Levitt designed property in La Canada Flintridge and sits on two one acre lots. The private retreat offers elevated ceilings, original terrazzo floors, and textured walls.
Burlew has captured attention and praise with classic examples of the Mid-Century "California House." The Zerin Residence offers walls of glass, finely crafted walnut cabinetry, and a floating fireplace showcase Burlew's signature style.
The Samuel and Bertha Skolnik House, 1950-1952. R.M. Schindler, Architect. "The house is essentially a carousel, an open space with a merry-go-round in the middle," wrote Schindler biographer Esther McCoy of the Skolnik Residence.
At the crest of Homewood Way, lies this Mid-Century design by famed architect William Stephenson. Grand, 10-foot front door leads into open-concept living and dining rooms with an expansive view of the large pool, outdoor entertaining areas, and over half- acre lushly landscaped lot.