The Poppy Peak Historic District, located in southwest Pasadena, contains a collection of 30 architecturally significant mid-century modern homes. One of them, named the Wirick Residence, was designed by Calvin Straub of Buff, Straub & Hensman.
Noted architect James G. Pulliam originally designed this circa 1963 minimalist masterpiece as his personal residence. The home remains an exemplary example of his trademark understated style.
Robert Skinner, a renowned Los Angeles-based architect, designed this swanky midcentury in Beverly Hills, restored by a local L.A. architect and Hancock Park-based interior designer.
This pedigreed midcentury modern, designed in 1967 by architect Thomas Takahashi as his personal residence, is available to own for the second time ever.
This modest mid-century home built on a sprawling double lot in the Hollywood Hills offers peace, privacy, and the potential to expand.
One of the last homes on a coveted mid-century enclave in Laurel Canyon happens to be one of the best.
The Grossman House is one of the finest examples of Raphael Soriano’s residential work.
The Lovell House put Richard Neutra and Los Angeles on the world’s architectural map.
From Case Study House No. 20 to the Thompson Moseley Home currently for sale, Buff, Straub, and Hensman left a notable mark on Los Angeles architecture.
The post World War II housing boom changed the Valley “from ranchland to L.A.’s most emblematic suburb” and this is where Sonia and Edward decided to raise their family.