Editor’s Note Brave New World? by Crosby Doe Over the years I have been lucky enough to have represented many of the greatest works of residential architecture in Southern California—Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House, Lloyd Wright’s Taggart House, Richard Neutra’s … Continue reading

Rediscovering Robert Finkelhor, Architect by Mark Morrison Current Photographs by Erik Grammer unless otherwise noted “At first glance, the stately Spanish Revival home on this winding West Hollywood road doesn’t look like much. The white stucco Mediterranean sits low on … Continue reading

Harwell Hamilton Harris, FAIA Mary and Lee Blair House, 1939 by Alan Hess Current Photographs by Cameron Carothers unless otherwise noted The ultimate emblem of America’s mid-twentieth century love affair with modernism may not be the iconic 1949 Eames fiberglass … Continue reading

Jones House #1 Designed by A. Quincy Jones and Ruth Schneider by Cory Buckner Current Photographs by Cameron Carothers unless otherwise noted In 1936, A. Quincy Jones relocated from Seattle to Los Angeles with his girlfriend and fellow student Ruth … Continue reading

The Modern House – Conell’s White House   By Stacy Downs Photography by Bob Greenspan The international legacy of Bruce Goff continues to grow. Along with Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank Gehry, Goff in recent years has become considered one … Continue reading

John Kewell’s Schipper Residence   By Pierluigi Serraino Architecture comes with a history of its use. This is especially so for a dwelling, where the events, personalities, and choices of its occupants are encrypted in its walls, cumulative scrolls of … Continue reading

‘Oak Ridge’ – The Barnes House   By Ann Scheid Photographs by Grand Mudford Built for Clifford Webster Barnes, a wealthy Chicago community activist, religious leader and philanthropist, Oak Ridge, as it is colloquially known, exemplifies the core tenets of … Continue reading

Schindler’s Translucent Tischler House   By Judith Sheine Photographs by Grand Mudford   The Tischler house (1949-50) is a late development of R.M. Schindler’s “space architecture” and the project in which the architect most fully explored his vision of a “translucent … Continue reading