Art and architecture - so often they're linked, and for good reason. Whether subliminally or consciously, both art and architecture spatially and visually define and shape how an individual, culture, or country views itself.

Pasadena - Hot Property Frank Lloyd Wright's Millard House (La Miniatura)

Dressed the Part by Bryan Anthony. Mix one part fashion icon, one part architectural legend, a dash of Mad Men and serve neat.

Ray Kappe, F.A.I.A. The Scheimer Residence The Strand, Manhattan Beach, California (Article written in Dutch)

City's Best Realtors When it comes to being one of the top-producing Realtors, it takes a certain combination of skills, expertise and personality to achieve client trust.

A Collector's Item by Gloria Mattioni featuring 'The Schaffer House' - Glendale, California

British Article in the Grand Designs Magazine spotlighting the Lautner House for sale.

The Landscape is unforgiving, and the road to luxury living is treacherous. In the high-stakes jungle of pricey properties, a wide-eyed buyer can find himself easy prey for nefarious hucksters who live commission to commission...

Agent 90210 (Robert E. Bacon) by Katya Tylevich

Winter Real Estate by Todd Longwell

Lubken Ranch - Lone Pine, California. The most important private land holding in the Owens Valley.

Estates of Grace by Roger Grody

Frank Sinatra's House - Twin Palms, the original desert home (from 1947 to 1954)of Frank Sinatra, designed as his first commission by E. Stewart Williams.

A Ray Kappe Marvel in Manhattan Beach. A published work by the acclaimed architect, Ray Kappe, the founder of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), and one of the pillars of modern California architecture.

A Ray Kappe Marvel in Manhattan Beach. A published work by the acclaimed architect, Ray Kappe, the founder of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), and one of the pillars of modern California architecture.

(Excerpted from the book "The Best Real Estate Advice I ever Received" by Donald J. Trump) "Success in real estate comes through hard work and direct sales contacts" Crosby Doe Chapter 23

'A Rare Chance to Buy a Frank Lloyd Wright House' by James Temple

En Californie - Aux sources de la modernite Villas de producteurs ou havres boh'mes de Malibu, les maisons californiennes des ann'es 50 sont devenues les grandes stars de l'architecture. Toutes font l'apologie de l'espace.

Written by: Lynn Morgan Photography by: Scott Mayoral The precise, challenging facade, clad in zinc-coated stainless steel, looms four commanding stories above the street, a sleek and polished design.

Written by: Lynn Morgan Photography by: Scott Mayoral The precise, challenging facade, clad in zinc-coated stainless steel, looms four commanding stories above the street, a sleek and polished design.

Progettata da Frank Lloyd Wrigth n egli anni Venti, una storica residenza e oggi invendita. Otto milioni di dollari per abitare il mito. Per chi si accontenta de meno, finestre all'asta e una mosta al Guggenheim

The quarterly newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wrigth Building Conservancy - Volume 19, Issue 3 - Summer 2009 Wright on the Market - "La Miniatura" & Los Banos, CA

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Die Miniatur - des Meisters - German Article Please click on link below for complete article.

It's like being in Switzerland: You want to see the Matterhorn," says Crosby Doe a veteran salesman of architecturally significant houses. And when in Palm Springs, he adds, "You want to see the Kaufmann Desert House."

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As Frank Lloyd Wright's Famed La Miniatura Goes Up For Sale, Modernist Homes Designed By Iconic 20th Centry Architects Are Being Sold In The Same Manner As Fine Art.


Frank Lloyd Wright's La Miniatura, Pasadena Built for Alice Millard in 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright's La Miniatura listed on the National Register of Historic Places sprawls across nearly an acre of gardens in the Prospect historic Pasadena.

BEST PROPERTIES ON THE MARKET This week: Homes near hot springs. Desert Hot Springs, California

'Zen Dens' - article by Erika Heet

Richard Neutra's "Kaufmann Desert House", Palm Springs, CA. LA TIMES BUSINESS - October, 26 2008.

In With the Old Architectural restoration in L.A. is booming By Daniel Miller, Staff Reporter

Between the Foothills and Heaven John Lautner's design footprint on San Gabriel Valley By Michael Cervin

"For more than 55 years, John Lautner created dwellings so site-specific they seemed to spring from the Los Angeles Hills or touch down from a distant galaxy." N.Y. Times

If homes were music, John Lautner's designs would be Duke Ellington compositions.......

The Star of Christie's Spring art auctions is sometimes a painting and sometimes a sculpture. This year it's a...

Of La Miniatura, which he built for rare-book dealer Alice Millard in Pasadena, Frank Lloyd Wright once said....

"Prefabulous" "Prefab addresses the two most pressing issues facing homeowners: rising construction costs and sustainability," says Leo Marmol. N.Y. Post April 13, 2008

Rodney Walker's landmark House #16 helped to define modern living but then was demolished. Now his sons have brought it back--

Richard Neutra's VDL House...

California discovers its architectonic heritage - modernistic domiciles are sold to the highest bidder. "If a Picasso is worth 145 million, then this should cost around 30 or 40 million, but it is, in fact, on the market for seven and a half...

Realtor Crosby Doe is passionate about houses by Neutra, Lautner and Schindler--even if his decorating opinions aren't always welcome (just ask Madonna or Diane Keaton).

A Frank Lloyd Wright for under a million dollars? Yes...

Never mind the Jean Prouve tables and Damien Hirst butterfly paintings. To really be of the moment, why not collect a John Lautner motel in Desert Hot Springs? That is the thinking behind

L.A. Land: Peter Viles on the rapidly changing landscape of the Los Angeles real estate market and beyond.

Iconic homes: The German magazine Hauser interviews American Realtor Crosby Doe

Lloyd Wright design was preserved by the tuneful Newman family.

Over the past few years, we've introduced you to several modern vintage homes for sale in this magazine. All of them are masterpieces that make people that are into this kind of thing drool. So when it comes to this kind of property, I went to visit.

Unique homes command premium - if you can make the case.

San Buenaventura Conservancy, the Gould Family, and Real Estate Agents Join Forces with Local Vendor and Select Non-Profits to find the "right" buyer for Ventura's only Greene & Greene.

A response to the rising demand of young modernist, architecturally minded real estate agencies are taking off around the world.

Meet the Starchitects. With luxury homes valued at $75 million, there's a new type of namedropping in Hollywood.

From Prairie School to International Style, important 20th-century homes are being snapped up by collectors.

In the two years since Diane and David Glean purchased their 1960s post-and-beam in Brentwood, practically the only visitors have been a steady stream of restoration specialists. But now that every tile and midcentury sofa is in place......

California Architect Thom Mayne becomes the 2005 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate.

In January 2003, we issued a challenge to 16 architects: Design a modern prefab home for $200,000. Here is the story of the house that resulted from that challenge and what we learned along the way.

Classic mid-century modern houses are the latest status symbol for the Hollywood A-list.

IF you're interested in buying a Neutra, Lautner or Schindler in Southern California - or any house designed by a high-profile architect, for that matter - be prepared to stand in line and to pay top dollar.

In the past 26 years, David Mossler and Crosby Doe have guided the sales of thousands of signature homes - from modern masterpeices by John Lautner, Richard Neutra, and Raphael Soriano to more experimental designs by Frank Gehry, Eric Owen Moss......

You're fabulously wealthy and obscenely good-looking, but a good broker is still hard to find.

Photos by Tim Street Porter. As an architect and interior designer, John Regas loves to talk about exquisite spaces. He launches easily into rapturous descriptions of his French Directoire townhouse: its grand galleries, its five-story, glass......

Walls of glass provide views to a reflecting pond, the swimming pool and 5-plus acres of grounds at this 1959 Bel-Air home designed by Modernist Richard Neutra. The six-bedroom, 4,000-square-foot home is listed for $5.9 million.

Classics don't age, and Paul Williams-designed homes - with an easy luxury that surpasses trends and time - remain in demand today, at prices the architect could never have imagined.