Dream Car Loft in LA

Holger Schubert lives in Los Angeles, California, and he loves dream cars. He loves them so much he designed a dream garage for his dream car.

Eclectic LA Loft

Today I show you an LA loft filled with the personality and character of its owner, Chris Cushingham, a design student who has made this home as well as his graduate project in Downtown Los Angeles, California.

Mulholland Drive Modern

The historic Mulholland Drive winds it way through the peaks of the Santa Monica Mountains, offering sweeping views of the Los Angeles basin and San Fernando Valley. This scenic route, which also plays host to some of Hollywood’s elite, provides a quiet retreat from the bustling urban center below.

Molino Street Loft

This impressively large Stunning Designer Loft and live/work space of approximately 3100 sq ft in the desirable Arts District was stripped and exquisitely remodeled from top to bottom with no expense spared.

Glamping in an Airstream

A bit of break from our usual programming: at only 180 sq feet this Airstream is certainly no loft, but probably the best you can get on the road!. Rachel Horn,a Los Angeles interior designer renovated this 180-square-foot 1969 Airstream trailer to be their home at the Burning Man Festival

Industrial loft made warm and bright

When you start with a cold, concrete rectangle filled with odd spaces, you need to add elements of color and texture to soften and warm the space.

Iconic houses – Chemosphere

After two years of restoration, John Lautner’s famous Chemosphere house in the Hollywood Hills above Los Angeles, is once again the remarkable innovative design that Lautner created in 1960. The new owners Angelika and Benedikt Taschen first saw the house in 1997 in a neglected state, and set about repairing the building and Lautner’s reputation. “(The house) was unique”, Ms. Taschen recalled. “authentic and intense, idealistic and full of fantasy, non-conformist. I felt immediately that it fit our character perfectly.”

Ennis House

When Frank Lloyd Wright completed the Ennis house in 1924, he immediately considered it his favorite. The last and largest of the four concrete-block houses that Wright built in the Los Angeles area remains arguably the best residential example of Mayan Revival architecture in the country.

The Edison

The Edison, that you can find in the basement of the Higgins Building in LA, was once home to the city’s first power station. Built by brass-baron Thomas Higgins, who had a dream: to move downtown to LA’s then-vacant west part, where Wall Street West is today. Of course, the center of the city was to be his own building, sporting all advances of science: lightning-quick electric elevators, lighting, clean running water.

Breathtaking Ocean Views in Los Angeles

This residence in a first class property and has been on the market for two years. Located in Brentwood district of Los Angeles, California, this stunning house is a once in a lifetime opportunity.