A picture-perfect example of the Palm Springs mid-century aesthetic, this modern home has been updated for today's lifestyle. The floor to ceiling double front doors open to walls of glass and an exquisitely minimalist design throughout. Don't take our word for it, you can read about the home in Elle Decor.
Rising Glen strikes again! This is one of our favorite streets for architectural properties. He's a 1956 vintage condition Mid Century Home by architect Richard Frazer. It's in need of a little love, but aren't we all? The "Rubin Residence'', built in 1956 by Richard Frazer is now available for the first time in 67 years. Tucked away on a private cul-de-sac on over a half-acre lot, this home is surrounded by lush greenery, providing ultimate privacy and seclusion.
Rustic Canyon has its share of architectural homes. This modern home was originally designed by Thornton Abell in 1951. It's been renovated and expanded to meet the needs of today. Moments from the beach is always a plus in our book.
Rising Glen is one of those streets that plenty aspire to live on. This modernized mid century conveys the elegance and grace befitting this stretch of homes. A tastefully renovated Mid-Century centered around a sun-drenched pool. With an elevated interior design, all materials and furnishings have been meticulously selected throughout the home for a refined aesthetic. A unique offering in the Bird Streets, a true sanctuary.
One of the true architectural prizes of Los Angeles real estate, Garcia House by John Lautner. It's stunning unique parabolic roofline is but a taste of the exceptional design bestowed on this home. An extensive renovation by award winning Marmol Radziner architects will help ensure this home has many decades of life left for its inhabitants.
"First time on the market" has got to be one of our favorite phrases in selling architectural homes. Case Study architect Whitney R Smith along with his partner Wayne Richard Williams were commissioned to build this Bird Streets home circa 1949. It does appear that original details like the gorgeous wood paneling and Japanese screens have been well preserved. Let's hope the buyer takes on the stewardship in preserving this house.
A major appeal of watching classic 50’s and 60’s movies is for architecture, furniture and fashion design. I remember a scene in That Touch of Mink featuring Doris Day and Cary Grant taking place in a food hall called an Automat. I was fascinated by this “futuristic” concept. Well, for those hungry for more information on the history of these establishments, there’s a fascinating documentary out now aptly titled, The Automat.
Being featured in Modernisms premier magazine is rarified air. This architectural home by Floyd Mueller donned the pages of Arts and Architecture's December 1951 issue. Lots of original details are intact. The Japanese influence is evident in the woodwork, screens and lighting.
Cobra Studios Art Deco Transformation The future of the ideal post covid office space is still TBD. But, if we can expect it to look anything like this futuristic 30’s Art Deco transformation in Belgium by @cobra_studios, we’re in!