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Blog, Architect's Corner, Home Viddy, Mid-Century
David and Tamar discuss two distinctive projects by one of L.A.'s early "Modernists". See if you can guess who that architect is.
Blog, Architect's Corner, Home Viddy, Gregory Ain
Tamar and David talk about one of the home’s featured in the B-roll of their previous video, and John Lautner architect that designed it.
Blog, Home Viddy, architect’s corner, John Lautner
It’s not uncommon to find a home with architectural pedigree that’s been updated and, as a result, all of the original character has been erased or somehow ruined in the process. Well that’s...
Blog, Architect's Corner, Harry Gesner, The Artful Home
You know when you see something, and that's when you recognize it's your dream-something? This house is one of the most special and unique properties I've seen in LA. It sits inside the canyon...
Blog, Beverly Hills, Mid-Century, Architect's Corner
I wish I had a nickle for every time I've heard someone say something to the effect of: "Oh, man! I knew I should've pulled the trigger on that property a couple years ago." "If only this…", "if...
Blog, Architect's Corner, Wallace Neff, Spanish
A popular design element in midcentury modern architecture is the butterfly roof. It’s perhaps a little more common to find this feature on commercial structures than on residences. And I’m not...
Blog, Pasadena, Mid-Century, Architect's Corner
Bespoke? David and Tamar talk about how they do what they do.
Blog, Home Viddy
In you want to live in mid-city, it’s hard to find a better neighborhood than Windsor Square/Hancock Park. Broad, tree-covered streets lined with sidewalks and grand, historic homes, and a...
Blog, Windsor Square, Traditional
Blog, Hancock Park