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Claremont Modern Film Series 2013: Joseph Eichler – Thurs February 7th

Seeley G Mudd Theater – Claremont School of Theology 1325 N College Ave, Claremont CA 91711 Special Guest: Architect and Author Cory Buckner Cory Buckner will discuss the relationship between developer Joseph Eichler and architect A. Quincy Jones. She will also discuss A. Quincy Jones’ work in Claremont such as the Huntley Bookstore. Admission: $10 […]

Guardia Architects, 2008-10

International Style equals Form & Function! In 2010, this smart home was completely re-built with the finest custom materials and care. A few of the many features include Triple pane architectural windows, commercial grade steel beams, 6 zone hydro air along with radiant floors in entry & bathrooms, Eggersmann Kitchen with Miele appliances & Viking […]

Pollack & Kahn Engineers, 1955 From the body of work discovered thus far, it is clear that Pollack & Kahn fully mastered the now classic post & beam glass house style pioneered by the U.S.C. School of Architecture just after the war. Their work seems most closely aligned with that of Richard Dorman’s designs of the period. The living […]

James Delong, A.I.A., The Nowling Residence, 1962

La Habra Heights, California Arguably, Frank Lloyd Wright’s early work was the genesis of California’s celebrated open plan modern living. Apprentice and Taliesin Fellow James De Long embraces the tradition at the Nowling Residence. The entertainment living spaces are carefully defined by fine cabinetry and built-ins, but flow one to the other, and outdoors to […]

Edward Killingsworth, Architect

Piedmont, California The Spaulding House, 1965 A legendary mid-century modern home awaits, nestled in lush foothills, canopied with oaks. The Spaulding House, designed by famed architect Edward Killingsworth, is among the East Bay’s most exclusive mid-century properties. From its completion in 1965 to today, the home remains a masterpiece of classic contemporary design. Killingsworth’s Spaulding […]

Charles Forberg, Architect

Rye, New York This architectural waterfront jewel is a restrained study in angles and light designed by architect Charles Forberg, son-in-law of Walter Gropius, founder of The Bauhaus School. A sensation of tranquility immediately envelops you upon entering this one acre property positioned for ultimate privacy with it’s wooded, natural landscape. Ascending the graceful curved […]

Smith-Miller + Hawkinson, Architect, Mixed Use Complex

Telluride, Colorado Mixed Use Complex: 2 Condominiums plus Retail Space – Telluride, Colorado. Born of controversy but now celebrated, the creative vision of New York architects Smith-Miller and Hawkinson and dogged persistence of the owner expanded this resort town’s vision of compatibility within its National Historic District. Using the vernacular of Telluride’s mining and commercial […]

Neo-Modern Showcase

Greenwich, Connecticut This extraordinary neo-modern showcase encompassing over seven breathtaking private acres and overlooking a lake, presents an elegant spectrum of international style. Incorporating classic contemporary Italian design elements with the signature style of world-renowned architect, Ulrich Franzen, this sophisticated residence embodies a free composition of generous, open living space affording sublime visual symmetry and […]

Rick Joy Architects, Desert Nomad House

Tucson, Arizona To help illuminate the vision of Rick Joy Architects, it may help to note the details, both of environment and structure. In these details, one experiences a sense of location which translates seamlessly through the built/natural synapse. Rick Joy’s structures are infused with many of the textures, materials and forms which are of […]