This 2,100 square-foot, one bedroom, two bath loft located in a publisher’s print shop built in 1910, was designed and is owned by well-known designer Steven Volpe.
The loft, situated on 355 Bryant Stv in San Francisco, California, features exposed brick walls, 18-foot ceilings and eight, giant redwood support columns made from timber logged at the turn of the century.
The Farrell House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. in 1926, is centered around a romantic courtyard and includes a private yard and pool.
This two bedroom, three bathroom 1,883 square foot residence is located in Los Feliz, a hilly neighborhood in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California.
The one-story home features original Wright-designed details and is centered around a romantic courtyard and includes a private yard and pool.
Los Angeles-based architect Rob Wellington Quigley has designed the Alden Residence, a wood and concrete home on the prestigious Beverly Park Drive in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California.
Built in 1999, the 13,081 square foot luxury home belongs to David Alden, a theater and film director who specializes in post-modernist opera design.
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Angela Brooks and Lawrence Scarpa, both principals of Brooks + Scarpa Architects, have remodeled the Solar Umbrella Residence for their own needs.
The former 650 square foot bungalow located in Venice, California, is now a 1,900 square foot two-story contemporary home, “equipped for responsible living in the twenty-first century.”
Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues, principals of Ball-Nogues Studio explore the nexus of art, architecture, and industrial design. Their work has been exhibited at major institutions throughout the world.
The studio has completed the Cradle project last summer, a sculpture made of mirror polished stainless steel spheres.
Commissioned by the City of Santa Monica, the sculpture is situated on the exterior wall of a parking structure at a shopping mall – originally designed by Frank Gehry.
Alan Kimble Fahey has spent the last 30 years building a 20,000-square-foot labyrinth of buildings, called Phonehenge West, in Acton, an unincorporated census-designated place in Los Angeles County, California.
Unfortunately, Fahey never got a permit and the Los Angeles County enforcers are now demanding that Phonehenge West be torn down, because of many building and fire code violations.
Built in 1958 by by McCarthy, Zemke and Hartfelder, this modern home sits on a lot on a quiet cul-de sac in Pasadena, California.
The 4,994 square foot residence has three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a formal dining room, a large kitchen with butler’s pantry, a den, a library, a living room and a covered terrace overlooking the pool and outdoor entertaining areas.
Known as “The Elrod House”, this John Lautner-designed five bedroom, five and a half bathroom residence was commissioned by designer Arthur Elrod in 1968 and has been featured in numerous books, magazines and museum exhibitions.
It is the iconic home perched at the very tip of the Southridge enclave, easily viewable throughout Palm Springs, California.
Organic shapes, monumental construction and world class design create an extraordinary experience of space that Lautner himself described as “timeless” architecture.
San Francisco-based studio Feldman Architecture has sent us photos of the House Ocho project.
The house received an Energy and Sustainability Honor award from the American Institute of Architects in 2007 for its use of passive solar heating and living roofs which made the project very energy efficient.
This 3,267 Square foot residence is located in near downtown Mill Valley, a city in Marin County, California, about 4 miles north of San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge.
The three bedroom, two bathroom renovated home has voluminous, open spaces made possible by the tall, vaulted ceilings and skylights.