The best architecture inspires those who design it to dive deeper, reach higher and touch the very spirit of creation.
The celebrated California indoor-outdoor residential lifestyle did not start with Modernism in Southern California as some might suppose.
The 1920's in Hollywood was a time of extraordinary creativity. That vibrant spirit is found throughout this magnificent walled & gated estate home located in an historic enclave at the base of the Hollywood Hills.
With knowledge formed by his creation of coveted properties from Bel Air to Brentwood, noted local designer Bill Mack built this lower Mandeville Canyon residence to harmonize with its forested setting.
Reminiscent of Case Study House #16, The Lachs House designed by Rodney Walker offers the feeling of modern elegance, clean lines, and an interior that effortlessly connects man and nature.
This ideal So-Cal Modern indoor/outdoor lifestyle by post-war U.S.C. architect Nisan Yale Matlin, A.I.A. is carefully updated in the spirit of the style over a thoughtful 10 year period by architectural designer Darrick F. Martin.
Hidden discreetly behind a walled and gated formal rose garden, this sun-filled 1924 California interpretation of the English Cotswold Cottage in the vibrant Wilshire-Hancock area of Los Angeles once graced the cover of Architectural Digest.