This spacious Wrightwood Estates Traditional home boasts 4BD/3.5BA, a media room, and an entertainers backyard complete with pool, spa and a tranquil waterfall.
The Thies Residence, an exemplary Mid century Modern architectural home from Carl Maston, award-winning graduate of the USC school of architecture and it’s located in Studio City.
Renovated Edward Fickett home in Fryman Estates. Fickett was the architect to the stars, radiantly ties the aesthetic divide between structure and nature in this iconic exemplification of mid-century modern architecture.
Designed by prominent architect Raphael Soriano, FAIA, The Grossman House was contracted and finished in 1964. It has since been designated a Cultural Heritage Monument in 1997, this extraordinary mid-century modern ‘house of glass’ has been largely built of steel, aluminum and glass.
Unique opportunity to live in a prominent Rodney Walker Mid Century Modern home (designer of Case Study #16 #17 & #18) this home exemplifies his philosophy: efficiency without aesthetic compromise.
Restored Studio City Architectural house in the leading area of Wrightwood Estates, close to Mulholland. This perfectly located one-level residence has recently undergone a multi-million-dollar professional renovation.
1960s Wrightwood Estates Modern Architectural home in a coveted neighborhood in Studio City. This beautiful two story home features a bright open floor plan, fireplace, and an entertainer’s backyard.
The Lechner House, Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #1024, c. 1947, by RM Schindler. Remarkable decade long restoration by Pamela Shamshiri, Design Principal of Studio Shamshiri.
Striking Studio City architectural home designed by James De Long, AIA, a Frank Lloyd Wright protégé and Taliesin fellow. Located in an enclave in the hills above Studio City, the sleek and sophisticated home showcases influence by Wright’s design philosophy and Usonian aesthetics.