The Cotswold inspired residence built for the wealthy widow Lydia C. Edmands exemplified Arthur and Alfred Heineman's creative tenure during the interpretive Arts and Crafts architectural movement from 1895-1918.
The I.E. Phillips House, 1948, by architect Saul Harris Brown with W. B. Treadway, Civil Engineer.
First Offering - When Frank Thomas, one of Walt Disney's 'Nine Old Men' animators, began compiling a dossier of requirements for his ideal house, the collaborative 1949 design between Thomas, Criley, and landscape architect Garrett Eckbo resulted in what Thomas affectionately referred
Live with nature in organic architecture! The De Jonghe Residence, 1949 by Lloyd Wright, with enhancements by architect John Powell.
With little disruption to the natural environment during its construction, Blue Sky Building Systems’ sustainable Graham Residence is enhanced by the ten-acre rugged terrain in which it sits.
First offering since 1978. Builder and craftsman Ken McLeod's understanding of modern architecture and its relationship to the built environment is evident in his personal residence. Although Fred McDowell is listed as architect of record,
Architectural historians Gebhard & Winter invented a new style (Monterey Moderne) to describe the character and warmth of this classic 1930's residence by noted architects Barcume & King.
From its private entry, little prepares one for the two-story volume of the living room and dining area, with the soaring space and 20-ft windows. Located in the heart of Hollywood, this contemporary townhouse exemplifies the idea of modern living with an
Right as Wright! Incorporating and expanding on the philosophy and design principles handed down from the Master himself, Taliesin Fellow James De Long has created a modern interpretation of the Prairie Style residence.
Paying homage to California's Spanish Colonial past, the courtyard entry, low-pitched red-tile roofs, extended eaves and covered outdoor patios of the Spanish hacienda all lend to a corporeal experience whereby Gaspar de Portolá's vision of Alta California can be found.
Beyond shelter, Black Desert House is an artistic counter-point to a landscape born of fire, and sculpted over the last 100 million years.
From the entry courtyard, little prepares one for the two-story volume of the living room and its soaring wood-beamed ceiling.
This Contemporary Ranch Style Residence has been creatively re-envisioned to accommodate today's desert living lifestyles.
Mid-century co-op unit in the Tamarisk Country Club area of Rancho Mirage.
The Thoeny Residence, 2008: the architects own home. With more than just a tip of the hat to the now famous mid-century modernist Palm Springs aesthetic, Thoeny has incorporated revivalist elements into a new program for desert luxury living.
This classic steel residence is one of only seven Steel Development Homes built in the early 1960's designed by architects Donald A. Wexler and Ric Harrison.