MID CENTURY MODERN HOMES

Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern Landmark, A. Quincy Jones Architect

Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern Landmark, A. Quincy Jones Architect

The Schott House, 1948 by A. Quincy Jones, FAIA. This Los Angeles Historic Landmark was one of the Crestwood Hills Mid Century Modern home built in the area, laying the foundation for hundreds of architectural homes in the area and beyond attempting to achieve the same level of sophistication and design.

The recessed living area provides additional access to the outdoor gardens, featuring walls of glass on one side and original articulated concrete blocks on the other, floor-to-ceiling fireplace serves as a focal point.

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Bird Streets Mid Century Modern Home, The Schwartzmann Residence

Pool view of the Bird Streets Mid Century Modern Home

The Schwartzmann Residence, 1955 by Kenneth Lind, AIA. This Bird Streets Mid Century Modern home stands just above Sunset Plaza. Light floods through the Fleetwood sliding walls of glass and reflects off the sparkling pool, encompassing the beauty of indoor-outdoor living.

Entry to the Bird Streets Mid Century Modern Home

Guests are guided through lush landscaping, following a stone path to the main entrance situated between walls of glass.

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Craig Ellwood Brentwood Mid Century Modern Home

Views from Craig Ellwood Brentwood Mid Century Modern Home

Craig Ellwood Brentwood Mid Century Modern Home, The Johnson Residence, 1953. This iconic residence stands as a testament to modernization without diminishment or compromise of the original design. Wood beams stretch across the ceiling to meet walls of glass, creating a timeless aesthetic – a staple of Ellwood’s modernism.

New terrazzo flooring and kitchen accompany the classic dining area. The floating wooden bench pairs perfectly with the wooden beams above bringing focus to the distinctive beauty of natural wood.

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Classic Los Feliz Architectural Home With Pool

Los Feliz architectural home

The Hiram Kwan Residence. This stunning Los Feliz architectural home was designed by modernist James Stevens, a protégé of John Lautner. The masterpiece’s renovations and unparalleled expansions were later designed by David Levitt, AIA. The lush landscaped mastery was designed by Jerry Hritz.

Los Feliz Architectural Home

Guests are greeted by a sophisticated and minimalistic floating staircase encased by walls of glass; the configuration of which blends seamlessly with the large windows and high ceilings seen throughout the living and dining areas.

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Striking Studio City Architectural Home
James De Long Architect

Studio City Architectural Home for sale

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.

The lowered dramatic entry opens to an expansive interior space. Thoughtful renovation and preservation of design details live throughout the property.

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