Restored with the guidance of John Lautner’s associate, Helena Arahuete, the Harry and Pauline Williams Residence is on the market for the first time ever.
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New on the market is this romantic Spanish with bygone glam-era details still intact.
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Architect Ed Niles had a thing for glass and began his 37-year career designing a glassy box of light sited to capture heart-eye inducing city views.
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To help slow the spread of COVID-19, Safer at Home and social distancing orders were issued last month. The impact of these directives are felt throughout many industries, including residential real estate.
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Budding architect Robert Malinoff built this midcentury home as his personal residence while still attending USC School of Architecture.
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West Coast television wouldn’t be the same without Klaus Landsberg. In business, this book details “his ‘dream team’ of people in front of and behind the cameras [who] helped invent a whole new medium of communication and entertainment. At home, he lived in a marvelous midcentury in the Hollywood Hills.
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The last time this glassy, 1957 mid-century house in the Cahuenga Pass section of the Hollywood Hills hit the market it was the talk of the town.
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Architect Bernard Judge’s award-winning midcentury home perched high in the Hollywood Hills is still up for grabs.
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