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.
Here’s an opportunity to restore an original modernist home by Los Angeles based architect, Charles G. Kanner, who was known for his intelligent, fresh, designs with subtle edges.
The Dutton Residence by architect Richard Fleming is so superb it’s listed on Glendale’s Register of Historic Resources.
Jim Tyler, architect and VP of Craig Ellwood and Associates, returns the iconic Smith House in Brentwood to its original beauty.
Published in Architectural Record and Arts & Artists magazines, the Bonnet House by Richard Neutra located in the Hollywood Hills was (and still is) widely hailed by critics.
This 1957 mid-century modern classic located in Nichols Canyon might be the very first home Buff & Hensman designed.
Stepping inside the Moore House by Craig Ellwood is like walking through the gates of midcentury modern residential heaven.
Richard Neutra’s Chuey House in the Hollywood Hills is currently for sale. While it’s slated as a development opportunity I’m encouraging developers looking at this residence to take a cue from Joseph Eichler.
The Adelman Residence, a mid century modern home designed by modernist architect Thornton Abell and renowned Texas architect O’Neill Ford, hits the market for the first time since it was built in remarkably well-preserved condition.
This Pasadena post and beam with a Barbara Bestor designed kitchen just hit the market. And it’s some kind of wonderful.