October 10, 2014
wandrlust:

Weekend House, 1964 — Craig Ellwood

wandrlust:

Weekend House, 1964 — Craig Ellwood

October 10, 2014
treesinthewoods:

shuping liu + jackie krasnokutskaya

treesinthewoods:

shuping liu + jackie krasnokutskaya

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October 10, 2014

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October 10, 2014
betonbabe:

CRAIG ELLWOODWEEKEND HOUSE PROJECT, 1964

betonbabe:

CRAIG ELLWOOD

WEEKEND HOUSE PROJECT, 1964

October 10, 2014
wandrlust:

Smith House, Crestwood Hills, Los Angeles, California, 1958 — Craig Ellwood

wandrlust:

Smith House, Crestwood Hills, Los Angeles, California, 1958 — Craig Ellwood

October 10, 2014
generalnotes:

Craig Ellwood 
Weekend house Project
1964

generalnotes:

Craig Ellwood 

Weekend house Project

1964

August 21, 2014

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October 7, 2012
archiveofaffinities:

Joseph Olbrich, Hochzeitsturm, Darmstadt, Germany, 1907

archiveofaffinities:

Joseph Olbrich, Hochzeitsturm, Darmstadt, Germany, 1907

August 26, 2012

fuckyeahjacqueschirac:

On ne construit pas la grandeur de la France avec de l’eau tiède et du chloroforme.

August 19, 2012
When we were in Palm Springs last month, we checked out Richard Neutra Kaufmann House, a 1946 glass, steel and stone landmark. Today, I came across an interesting New York Times article from 2007 when the Kaufmann House was up for auction at Christie’s New York. It sold for an astounding $19.1 million, but the sale would later fall out of escrow for unknown reasons. Last year, theKaufmann House was listed slightly below $13 million by Crosby Doe. I believe it is now off the market, and is occupied on alternating weekends by Brent and Beth Harris, who restored the home in the mid-90s. The Kaufmann House has a fascinating history and was hugely influential in shaping post-war Modernism. It also played a part in reviving interest in mid-century homes, thanks in part to the Christie’s auction… (via The Kaufmann House: A Look Back)

When we were in Palm Springs last month, we checked out Richard Neutra Kaufmann House, a 1946 glass, steel and stone landmark. Today, I came across an interesting New York Times article from 2007 when the Kaufmann House was up for auction at Christie’s New York. It sold for an astounding $19.1 million, but the sale would later fall out of escrow for unknown reasons. Last year, theKaufmann House was listed slightly below $13 million by Crosby Doe. I believe it is now off the market, and is occupied on alternating weekends by Brent and Beth Harris, who restored the home in the mid-90s. The Kaufmann House has a fascinating history and was hugely influential in shaping post-war Modernism. It also played a part in reviving interest in mid-century homes, thanks in part to the Christie’s auction… (via The Kaufmann House: A Look Back)

August 19, 2012
The Millard House, or “La Miniatura”, was recognized by Frank Lloyd Wright as his earliest Usonian house and was the first of Wright’s residences to utilize his textile block building system. The home includes a detached studio, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 kitchens, living room, formal dining room, and semi-attached garages. Following a multi-year restoration, the 4,230 square foot home is now back on the market… (via Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House In Pasadena)

The Millard House, or “La Miniatura”, was recognized by Frank Lloyd Wright as his earliest Usonian house and was the first of Wright’s residences to utilize his textile block building system. The home includes a detached studio, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 kitchens, living room, formal dining room, and semi-attached garages. Following a multi-year restoration, the 4,230 square foot home is now back on the market… (via Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House In Pasadena)

August 19, 2012
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House 2607 Glendower Los Angeles, CA 90027 4 BR, 4.5 BA $15,000,000 $10,495,000 $7,495,000 Sold for $4,500,000 on July 18th, 2011. One of the most recognizable of Frank Lloyd Wright’s many famous homes, the Enni (via Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House)

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House 2607 Glendower Los Angeles, CA 90027 4 BR, 4.5 BA $15,000,000 $10,495,000 $7,495,000 Sold for $4,500,000 on July 18th, 2011. One of the most recognizable of Frank Lloyd Wright’s many famous homes, the Enni (via Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House)

August 19, 2012
take-sunset:

The historic Samuel-Novarro house, built in 1928 by Lloyd Wright, is on the market.The 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,690 square foot home is located in the exclusive Los Feliz Oaks and has been completely restored, featuring an enclosed pool and beautiful architectural details. It’s long been a celebrity home, past owners include Leonard Bernstein, Diane Keaton and Christina Ricci. Listed for $4.195M.

take-sunset:

The historic Samuel-Novarro house, built in 1928 by Lloyd Wright, is on the market.The 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,690 square foot home is located in the exclusive Los Feliz Oaks and has been completely restored, featuring an enclosed pool and beautiful architectural details. It’s long been a celebrity home, past owners include Leonard Bernstein, Diane Keaton and Christina Ricci. Listed for $4.195M.

August 19, 2012
When writing this post, I considered playing it cool, but I’m going to just come out and say it. I’m in love with this house! The Norton House, designed by Buff & Hensman in 1954, is my dream house. Rob and I have been emailing each other all afternoon like lovestruck teenagers, head over heels for this stunning 1,881 square foot, mid century, post-and-beam. Just look at that open floor plan! The cork flooring! The floor to ceiling walls of glass! (via The Norton House By Buff & Hensman)

When writing this post, I considered playing it cool, but I’m going to just come out and say it. I’m in love with this house! The Norton House, designed by Buff & Hensman in 1954, is my dream house. Rob and I have been emailing each other all afternoon like lovestruck teenagers, head over heels for this stunning 1,881 square foot, mid century, post-and-beam. Just look at that open floor plan! The cork flooring! The floor to ceiling walls of glass! (via The Norton House By Buff & Hensman)

August 19, 2012
Pierre Koenig - Laguna project

Pierre Koenig - Laguna project

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