Pletsch in Pasadena by Barbara Lamprecht “I have lived with over 500 women—because I have [designed] over 500 houses,” Theodore
Out with the New Breaking with tradition, more Asian buyers are discovering the value of owning vintage architect-designed and historic
Editor's Note: For the Love of Architecture By Crosby Doe Okay, let me admit this up front: I am one
West World With this 1968 Bell Canyon model home and its master-planned recreational surroundings, Cliff May took the suburban ranch
Man of the Century by Pierluigi Serraino, AIA “If I had to do it all over again,” says Richard Bradshaw,
Valuing Architecture as Art The Recent Sale of the Manola Apartments by Architect Rudolph Schindler defies the use of Standard
Editor's Note: Two Wrongs to Wright By Crosby Doe When I was in grade school, growing up in Pasadena, California
A Double-Loaded House Zoltan Pali, FAIA by Andrea Dietz Current Photographs by Cameron Carothers unless otherwise noted “They just wouldn’t
Temple of Steel Daphne Residence, Craig Ellwood, Designer by Pierluigi Serraino Current Photographs by Scott Mayoral unless otherwise noted Completed
Editor's Note Brave New World? by Crosby Doe Over the years I have been lucky enough to have represented many