Editor’s Note: A Marketplace for Architecture

Why a marketplace for architecture? To quote none other than Winston Churchill: “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” And they not only shape us as individuals, but as a society as well. In the depths of the Great Depression William Lamb’s 102-story skyscraper, the Empire State Building, became an instant American cultural icon […]

AFSquarterly: Art & Architecture, Las Vegas

AFSquarterly: Art & Architecture, Las Vegas

architectureforsale.com Quarterly feature: Art + Architecture, Las Vegas Marmol Radziner & James Turrell: Arrowhead By Nicholas Olsberg Photographs by Scott Mayoral Arrowhead is a luxury estate with a radical difference. It lies on the rugged edge of a ridge west of Las Vegas, dramatic views of the mountains behind it and a panoramic vista of […]

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House “La Miniatura”

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House “La Miniatura”

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House “La Miniatura” Romance Reigns Here By Hunter Drohojowska-Philp Photographs by Scott Mayoral In the 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright designed four textile block houses in Los Angeles and, according to Henry Russell Hitchcock, the 1923 Millard residence is the best. Hitchcock was the preeminent architectural historian of his day and organized […]

New Artistic Interpretation of the Millard House

New Artistic Interpretation of the Millard House

The Millard House On The Market Inspires a New Artistic Interpretation by Kurt Wahlner Having grown up an architecture buff up in Los Angeles, the Millard House in Pasadena has always been hidden behind a screen of verdant growth and unapproachability. Consulting architecture books doesn’t really reveal the flow of the space, or how the […]

Out of Castries

Out of Castries

Out of Castries Nancy Dowd Reflects on Belmont “I had a farm in Africa at the foot of the Ngong Hills.” I read that opening sentence of the great masterpiece for the first time in 1982 on a round the world trip that ended in the Eastern Caribbean on the island nation of Saint Lucia […]

Panel Discussion: Edward Killingsworth – Master Plan for Learning

Panel Discussion: Edward Killingsworth – Master Plan for Learning

Join the SAH/SCC as we explore 40-years of master planning by renowned Case Study House architect, Edward A. Killingsworth at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association (HGSA) and Crosby Doe Associates/architectureforsale.com,  the program will begin with an informative panel discussion, followed by a book signing and self-guided walking tour of the […]

China: Luxury Properties – The Walker Residence

China: Luxury Properties – The Walker Residence

Architect Rodney Walker built his family home on a hilltop overlooking Ojai, California, an enclave northwest of Los Angeles known for its hiking, spiritual retreats and organic farms that is dubbed the Shangri-La of Southern California. His former home, known as the Walker Residence, utilises an equilateral triangle for its architectural footprint, an approach common among his […]

Robb Report Worth: Estates of Grace

Robb Report Worth: Estates of Grace

by Eryn Brown As an architect and interior designer, John Regas loves to talk about exquisite spaces. He launches easily into rapturous descriptions of his French Directoire townhouse: its grand galleries, its five-story, glass-roofed staircase, the ornate plasterwork on its ceilings and walls. But ask Regas to go beyond the construction and explain why he […]