A designer’s live/work loft in LA lists for $1.1m

A designer’s live/work loft in LA lists for $1.1m

Story by Jamie Robinson The live/work loft of a designer and publisher duo has hit the market in Los Angeles’ Arts District for $1.1m. Sitting on the top floor of the Molino Lofts building – one of the area’s original adaptive reuse projects – the one-bedroom bolthole belongs to Micah Heimlich of design firm UnHeim […]

The LA You May Not Know – Castles, featuring Crosby Doe

The LA You May Not Know – Castles, featuring Crosby Doe

Story by Patrick Campbell When you think of castles in Southern California, you might think of Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland, or Hearst Castle in San Simeon, or perhaps the Magic Castle in Hollywood. But there are castle style buildings all around us in LA. They come in all sizes, from large hotels and apartment […]

One-of-a-Kind Modernist Marvel Truly Shines in Studio City

One-of-a-Kind Modernist Marvel Truly Shines in Studio City

Story by Lisa Johnson Mandell One thing is certain about this modernist marvel in L.A.’s Studio City: There’s nothing else like it in the world. The one-bedroom, two-bath home comes with an unwieldy moniker—”The Lois and Roger Kennedy Studio/Residence #3″—and it’s now available for the first time in over 30 years, for $1.9 million. [read full story […]

Living Lightly on the Land

Living Lightly on the Land When William Turnbull Jr. designed the Hines House early in Sea Ranch’s history, he took his cues from the weathered slopes, craggy cliffs and pristine beaches. by Mark Morrison Photography by Scott Mayoral and Morley Baer (archive)   “I’ll sleep there sometimes,” says Shev Rush, referring to the living room […]

American Idyll

American Idyll

American Idyll With the restoration of a neglected mid-century Neutra home in the West Covina hills came a renewed sense of history and a revived quality of life. by Mark Morrison Photo by Cameron Carothers The first time Deborah Chumi Paul set eyes on Richard Neutra’s Roberts House in early 2014, it looked more like […]

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note: Appreciation and Preservation By Crosby Doe Two years ago, Richard Neutra’s mid-century Roberts House sat derelict, decaying and ripe for demolition when the 60-year-old property hit the market. Thankfully, wiser and more enlightened minds prevailed, and the house fell into the right hands as detailed in this issue’s cover story, appropriately titled “American […]