150 Linda Vista Avenue Pasadena CA 91105 – John Lawrence Pugsley, A.I.A.

  Designed in 1960 by John Lawrence Pugsley A.I.A., this classic mid century design is located in Pasadena’s coveted Linda Vista neighborhood. Perched above the Arroyo with expansive views, this architectural gem features walls of glass, a koi pond and … Continue reading

Stephen Guerrant, A.I.A. The Schweibert Residence, 1980

  With his modern interpretation of a New England saltbox, Stephen Guerrant’s 1980 design of the Schweibert Residence introduces a post-modern aesthetic to an older, established neighborhood of period piece homes. While the design is indeed progressive, the symmetry of … Continue reading

9028 Crescent Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90046 – Lloyd Wright, Architect

Here is a are opportunity to experience the classic De Jonghe Residence, 1949 by Lloyd Wright with enhancements by architect John Powell. Constructed like Taliesin West of Stone, Concrete, Wood and Glass, the residence is seemingly grown out of it’s … Continue reading

14 Arrowhead Estates, Chesterfield, MO 63017 – Ralph Fournier, Architect

This is architect, Ralph Fournier’s piece-de-resistance built for developer Burton Duenke. Perched on a bluff above the Missouri River in Chesterfield is a mid-century marvel that will remind you of Hollywood Hills. A wonderful party home- bright, open and spacious. … Continue reading

Hudson Valley, NY – The Binocular Glass House, Michael Bell, Architect

MODERNIST MASTERPIECE IN COLUMBIA COUNTY Inspired by two of the 20th century’s most iconic residences—Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House near Plano, IL, and Philip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, CT—the Binocular House is an architectural tour de force. … Continue reading

John Lautner, F.A.I.A. – The Reiner-Burchill Residence, 1957-1976

  Silvertop is to Los Angeles’ residential architecture as Eero Saarinen’s TWA Terminal is to New York City. Beyond function, both are beacons projecting the peak of America’s optimism, and the creative strength of a period grounded in a strong … Continue reading

Richard Meier, F.A.I.A. – The Stuart R. and Paula Shamberg House, 1972

Designed by acclaimed modernist architect Richard Meier, this exciting home offers the rare opportunity live in a true work of art. Built in 1972 and expertly renovated in 2008, the expansive interiors are graced with an unusually light and airy … Continue reading

David Ming-Li Lowe, Architect: Earthquake House, 1990

Kron and Slesin’s 1984 book, “High-Tech: The Industrial Style and Source Book For the Home”, brought to the general public an awareness of the exciting possibilities Industrial Design and prefabricated components could bring to domestic residential architecture. It popularized concepts … Continue reading