The Walter Daniels Duplex, crowned a Historic-Cultural Monument for being a rare example of an impeccable Streamline Moderne, is up for grabs in Silver Lake.
For Jim and Gwen their short list of must-haves wasn’t that easy to come by. But as the saying goes, good things come to those who wait.
Designed by Eugene Kinn Choy, this quintessential mid-century has been thoughtfully restored honoring the architect’s original intent.
This mid-century is rumored to be the work of an architect employed in Richard Neutra‘s office who collaborated with structural engineer Eugene Birnbaum to erect a modest and sophisticated home in Silver Lake.
Silver Lake is said to be “home to some of the most avant-garde Modernist architecture in North America,” including an enclave of four residences in a row on Fernwood Ave designed by modernist architect Stephen Alan Siskind.
Before diving into the Case Study Houses project R.M. Schindler and his protégé, architect and draftsman Edward Richard Lind, designed three homes to stretch the boundaries of flexible open floor plans and easy indoor-outdoor circulation.
On the market for the first time ever, the Eugene Woods Residence in Silver Lake takes full advantage of magnificent reservoir and landmark views.
This 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival–style home by designer Frankie Faulkner, a noted female architect of Los Angeles during the 1920s, gets a make over leaving you feeling like it’s the most serene space you’ve ever set foot inside.
Perhaps the best moment in the Davies Residence is how mid-century modern architect John Kewell cleverly orients the structure and positions a wall of glass to perfectly frame the Hollywood Sign, the Silver Lake reservoir, and the Observatory, all in one spectacular view.
A home at Rudolph Schindler’s 1924-built Sachs Apartments is up for rent in Silver Lake.