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.
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.
Built in 1962, this mid-century home is believed to be the work of Gardner Cowan, a Toronto-based architect with a distinctive style grounded in the ethos, ‘Less is more.’
Lauren Moore moved into a nondescript midcentury home on a uniquely architectural street in Montecito Heights seven years ago. After a recent overhaul, the word that best fits the home now is refined.
It was postwar; a time when John Entenza’s Case Study House Program came into play and Craig Ellwood created midcentury masterpieces like Casa Kuderna.
Pioneering Asian-Angeleno architect, Gilbert Leong, designed this classic 1950’s mid-century modern home located in Silver Lake.
On the market for the first time ever is the home Richard Neutra designed for Elsa and Robert Sale in Brentwood.
Kazuo Umemoto, while not a household name, built the kind of midcentury modern homes that modernists flock to in Los Angeles.
With landmark views and original architectural details mixed with modern-day creature comforts this handsome midcentury in the Los Feliz Oaks is everything.