With help from architect Jeff Guga, this 40s moderne perched on a gentle slope in Los Feliz is truly a space of serenity.
A decade before John Lautner designed Chemosphere, a one-story octagon-shaped residence perched on a concrete column, he used a sharper geometric form to give us the Tyler House.
Located just off the beaten path of Silver Lake Blvd’s hub of boutiques and restaurants, this modernized California bungalow has all kinds of perks, including a recently built flex space.
Tom Jermann and Toby Yoo, the husband-and-wife graphic design team behind T42 Design, rented their striking Dutch Colonial home for five years before purchasing it directly from the owner. Here, they reflect on how their home evolved, affording them room to enjoy a few dogs, their daughter, and work from their modest studio, where they designed
Kevin and Hardy Wronske, the sibling design/build/develop team behind Heyday, set out to “improve the quality of building in working-class neighborhoods throughout L.A” by building small lot homes.
This modest mid-century home built on a sprawling double lot in the Hollywood Hills offers peace, privacy, and expansion potential.
With the San Gabriel Mountains as its backdrop, this stunning mid-century modern sits on almost a full acre in Pasadena’s small gated community of North Kinneloa Ranch with an enormous swimmer’s pool and breathtaking 180-degree panoramic views.
Occupying a sought-after location in Silver Lake’s Moreno Highlands, this 1940s midcentury has been elevated to bring to life the charm of its character and the magic of its setting.
This pedigreed mid-century modern, designed in 1967 by architect Thomas Takahashi as his personal residence, is available to own for the second time ever.
Robert Skinner, a renowned Los Angeles-based architect, designed this swanky midcentury in Beverly Hills, restored by a local L.A. architect and Hancock Park-based interior designer.