First Offering! The Alexander House, 1951, by architect John Lautner, FAIA. With several distinct iterations, drawings of the Alexander House at the Getty Research Library attest to a strong dialog between the client and architect.
First offering: The Kawahara Residence, 1969. This iconic masterwork composed in steel and glass, with its refined detailing, clearly achieves Ellwood's stated objective of 'beauty through order'. The residence is a literal embodiment of th
The Anne Baxter Remodel - First offering since 1966. Virtually unknown today, this longtime residence of agent Hal Gefsky hides Lautner's explosive open plan interiors.
Dr. L.L. Cowley selected this sylvan grove of sycamores on over a third of an acre. From the exterior, the house retains the architectural elements that are a trademark of Kenneth S. Wing's beach aesthetic: board and batten siding, a front entrance that consists of a breezeway and courtyard bui
The Nader Ghassemlou Residence, 2006 With the late opening of a new view tract in historic Signal Hill, the residential park filled in rapidly with large popular style family houses.
Inspired by the early modernist architects of Silverlake John Southern AIA of Urban Operations designed a residence in which the line between indoors and outdoors has been greatly reduced by matching the interior spaces with exterior.
First Offering: The Hafley Residence, 1953. City of Long Beach Historic Landmark #29.