Gordon & Hildred Goetschel House design by renowned architect Ray Kappe FAIA in 1954 was sold for $2,550,000. This iconic California residence at Mesa Lila, USA, showcases his early explorations into spatial expansion. The Los Angeles architectural gem seamlessly connecting inhabitants to nature and distant vistas
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ShubinDonaldson (SD) present Shamrock, Los Angeles, a tenant improvement project that looks at the future of work in a post-pandemic environment which elevates the firm’s identity and employee comfort and feels fresh, light, and inviting.
ShubinDonaldson (SD) present Tricon Office, Los Angeles. This transformation turned a run-of-the-mill office park tilt-up warehouse in Tustin into a vibrant, bustling hub for the adaptable and diverse workforce of Tricon Residential.
Designed by Aaron Neubert Architects, t House, Los Angeles, gracefully cascades down the steep terrain from the south, the home creates an inviting entry courtyard through the strategic separation from the adjacent slope, featuring descending terraced gardens that lead visitors to the glass-enclosed foyer
Nearly 100 years after his move to Hollywood, Los Angeles, in 1928, the house where Howard Hughes lived when he produced his biggest movies, which was also used as a film location in The Aviator, has hit the market for $23 million.
One of America’s most eclectic and interesting architects, Harry Gesner’s Sandcastle beach home in Malibu, Los Angeles. Gesner’s longtime family home is now for sale at a reduced price of $22.5 million
Blue Truck Studio present their remodel of a Bronwood Home in Los Angeles, California, expanding up to better capture city views on several sides, creating a sense of openness and connection towards the exterior spaces
Alex Pettas Architecture present Brentwood Tennis Pavilion, Los Angeles. The pavilion is clad in custom black metal panels, and is divided into three zones; a fitness room, an outdoor living room, and a wine room
Yabu Pushelberg unveils design for Moxy Downtown Los Angeles & AC Hotel Downtown, California: the 37-story building showcases two distinct design identities while creating a cohesive property that spotlights the adventurous and artistic soul of Downtown LA
View House’s purpose and orientation were re-imagined by Pleskow Architects in Los Angeles. The owner, a tech executive, with European and Asian roots and a global business, wanted a home that transitioned between intense work-place, intimate sanctuary and active entertaining