Kevin and Hardy Wronske, the sibling design/build/develop team behind Heyday, set out to “improve the quality of building in working-class neighborhoods throughout L.A” by building small lot homes.
Noted architect James G. Pulliam originally designed this circa 1963 minimalist masterpiece as his personal residence. The home remains an exemplary example of his trademark understated style.
On a mission to “rejuvenate neighborhoods and increase the standard of living by improving the overall quality of housing for the residents,” Hello Homes introduces a striking modern farmhouse with a studio in Leimert Park.
Grounded in simplicity and light, Grasie Mercedes and Damien Fahey’s 1950s home opens to a superb open-plan living, kitchen, and dining area, where large windows let in an abundance of natural light while catching glimpses of leafy treetops and neighborhood life.
Completed in 2010, The Mews in Atwater Village is a collection of modern homes designed and built to make you feel like “You’re coming home to your personal kinda California glass dream house.”
When Quincy and John Stokes saw this 70s gem with a pool located within walking distance to Grandview Beach in San Diego’s Leucadia community, they couldn’t resist.
This award-winning modern compound in the Hollywood Hills’ enchanting Beachwood Canyon offers everything you love about California living.
Published worldwide as a celebrated example of warm modernism, the award-winning Venice House by Sebastian Mariscal is offered for the first time ever.
While it’s inaccessible by vehicles a designer saw an opportunity to use a variance to build a small modern house with views on a dirt lot tucked alongside one of Echo Park’s secluded stair streets.
Completed in 2015, Anonymous Architects’ House in Trees features a massive cypress tree growing up through the floor of the second bedroom and right out the ceiling.