Now on the market for the first ever is the architectural vision of Harry Gesner known as the Stebel House. The work of the self-taught surfer-architect who once turned down an apprenticeship alongside Frank Lloyd Wright is published in Houses of The Sundown Sea.
Restored with the guidance of John Lautner’s associate, Helena Arahuete, the Harry and Pauline Williams Residence is on the market for the first time ever.
Hidden from the street above, this Highland Park mid-century is utterly private with a front deck positioned to capture canyon views and beautiful sunsets.
Designed by Eugene Kinn Choy, this quintessential mid-century has been thoughtfully restored honoring the architect’s original intent.
Architect Ed Niles had a thing for glass and began his 37-year career designing a glassy box of light sited to capture heart-eye inducing city views.
John Lautner designed some of the most remarkable modernist structures in Los Angeles, including a house for his own family that’s now up for grabs in Silver Lake.
To help slow the spread of COVID-19, Safer at Home and social distancing orders were issued last month. The impact of these directives are felt throughout many industries, including residential real estate.
Budding architect Robert Malinoff built this midcentury home as his personal residence while still attending USC School of Architecture.
West Coast television wouldn’t be the same without Klaus Landsberg. In business, this book details “his ‘dream team’ of people in front of and behind the cameras helped invent a whole new medium of communication and entertainment. At home, he lived in a marvelous midcentury in the Hollywood Hills.
The last time this glassy, 1957 mid-century house in the Cahuenga Pass section of the Hollywood Hills hit the market it was the talk of the town.