While most modernist architects favored simple boxes, Allyn E. Morris “was the king of the cantilever. The architect craved the horizontal line and seemingly tried to stretch it to infinity – most evident in his 1961 Aldama Apartments in Highland Park.”
Nestled in an almost hidden enclave of Echo Park is a midcentury that’s small in size but big on style.
It’s rare a unit at the Ray Kappe-designed Fredonia Apartments comes on the market. When one does it’s your chance to own an architectural condo gem like nothing else in Los Angeles.
It’s hard to believe Greta Grossman’s name isn’t mentioned more often throughout the history of modernism, especially after you see the mid-century residence she designed for herself in Beverly Hills Post Office.
With many of the original details intact this midcentury modern fixer in Woodland Hills has potential galore.
This midcentury modern fixer, located in one of the tiniest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, is up for grabs for the first time in 40 years. And it has so much potential.
Rex Lotery departs from his sleek and sprawling one-story Trousdale Estate designs to build the “more explicitly vertical” Spanner Residence in Woodland Hills.
This 1951 midcentury located on a hillside in the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena, near Eagle Rock, comes with all the architectural details your modernist heart desires and a spectacular view.
Julius Shulman, the architectural photographer who captured images of the most significant mid-century homes ever built Los Angeles including this one known as the Brander House.
With a dramatic, asymmetrical, vaulted ceiling this midcentury located in the Franklin Hills of Los Feliz is truly one of a kind.