Buff & Hensman designed hundreds of houses in California including this 1960 Nichols Canyon home called the Ajioka House.
Master modernists Conrad Buff and Donald Hensman designed a contemporary home in Pasadena full of modernist architectural details.
Buff & Hensman “were magicians at making a lot open and private, whether it really was or not by strategic placement of the house and use of structural planes as foils and baffles which were enhanced with expanses of glass.”
The Bolton Residence, a perfectly preserved Buff & Hensman in Bel Air, is looking for its second owner.
Built in 1968, the Paxson House by Buff and Hensman hits the market in impeccable original condition.
Built in 1965, this glassy L-shaped post and beam-style residence is an architectural delight.
The Johnson House in Nichols Canyon is a fine example of Buff and Hensman’s contribution to California modernism that’s now on the market.
This 1957 mid-century modern classic located in Nichols Canyon might be the very first home Buff & Hensman designed.
From the Wong House to the Dubnoff Residence, Conrad Buff and Donald Hensman designed and built mid-century modern homes that helped define California Modernism.
Come to momma will be the first words you say after seeing this classic mid-century modern home by Buff and Hensman in Pasadena.