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Aaron Resnik, Architect, The Kahn Residence, 1958

New York, New York Perched amongst treetops you find cantilevered architecture by renowned architect Aaron Resnik. “We wanted natural or organic houses, we wanted a sense of community spirit” – Aaron Resnik. Natural and organic in construction, this home offers wood, stone & Glass elements in keeping with usonian living. Walls of glass greet you […]

M. Arthur Kotch, Architect

Houston, Texas The Reba House was designed by M. Arthur Kotch in 1960 for Lucia and Gordon Cain (Founder Cain Chemical). (Original Kotch Architectural plans are available). The home was sold to the current owner who worked with Gordon Cain at Petro-Tex Chemical Corporation in 1965, in a private transaction when Gordon was transferred to […]

Belmont, West Indies

Saint Lucia, West Indies The stately island residence set within a 8.5 acre park-like nature reserve overlooking Castries Harbor is a classic and rare example of West Indies Creole Architecture. Maintained in museum-like condition, and long-time winter residence of a well known Hollywood screenwriter, Belmont is now available for private acquisition. Here one experiences Island […]

Philip Johnson, Architect

Bedford, New York Philip Johnson’s First House: The Booth House built 1946 – This distinctive home is perfectly sited on a knoll, on top of a 1000 foot long driveway. It commands scenic views in every direction. By today’s standards, it’s the perfect size home everyone is seeking: a smaller, efficient home that replaces the […]

Willis Mills, The Willis Mills House, 1956

New Canaan, Connecticut The Willis Mills house, a classic mid-century modern residence has been carefully updated to reflect today’s lifestyle. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the original redwood structure was uniquely designed for its two-acre site by the renowned architect for his own family. Lofty ceilings and dramatic walls of glass […]

Elmer Grey, F.A.I.A. – 1928

Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California   [click here for listing and more photos]   The J.C. and Gertrude White Coppage Residence, 1927. Fondly named ‘La Casa Gaviota’ after the soaring gulls, this classic Spanish Colonial Revival Residence retains its historic character, as well as a commanding bird’s eye view of the Town and Avalon harbor. […]

Olson Kundig Architects

Bellevue, Idaho [click here for listing and more photos]   Set on twenty acres, Outpost rises from the high desert floor against the backdrop of the Sawtooth Mountains. The house, designed to age gracefully, was built using concrete blocks, steel and plywood. Large windows on all four sides frame vistas of the changing scenery. A […]

Lynne Breslin, Architect

Bedford, New York [click here for more photos and listing] The Docherty House – Bold modern architecture meets nature. Bedford estate encompasses surrounding 18+ acre natural setting complimented by spring-fed swimming rock quarry, groomed trails, ice skating pond, sustainable herb garden, waterfall, and numerous viewing areas to enjoy architecture, nature, and retreat. Recent modernist redesign […]

Charles Forberg, Architect

New York State [slideshow] [click here for full listing and photos] 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 […]

Charles H. Kyson, Architect

[click here for photos and full listing] Best known for his elaborate and period revival homes and buildings in Southern California, Kyson incorporates classic ornamentation and design throughout his structures. His time spent in Europe following his graduation from Columbia University School of Architecture is reflected in the residence commissioned by George Hoag. A sheltering […]