While not widely known by the general public, Skinner has made significant contributions to the architectural fabric of Trousdale Estates, and Coldwater Canyon where he lived for many years building his designs.
Two artists have created their own Shangri-la on a quiet corner of Cheviot Hills.
In the January 1955 issue of Popular Mechanics Magazine West Coast Editor Thomas Stimson introduced his newly built steel frame and lightweight concrete panel 'House of the Future'.
Kron and Slesin’s 1984 book, "High-Tech: The Industrial Style and Source Book For the Home", brought to the general public an awareness of the exciting possibilities Industrial Design and prefabricated components could bring to domestic residential architecture.
Half a block from Abbot Kinney, and a few blocks to the ocean. Private and quiet, yet conveniently located near what was recently voted "the coolest street in America".
Shortly after graduating from architecture school at the University of Washington, Jones brought fellow architecture student Ruth Schneider down to Los Angeles where they were married a year later.
Modern, stylish three story multi level townhouse in quiet neighborhood, yet just one block from the shops and restaurants of downtown Culver City.
A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith, Architects 1950. Cory Buckner, Restoration Architect 2001. Brentwood hilltop cul-de-sac retreat features panoramic vistas from the Getty to Catalina.
First offering: The Blythe & Thom Mayne Residence, Thom Mayne, FAIA. Realtors too often use superlatives to describe their offerings; many would apply here, but we refrain.