SoMa Loft

What happens if two designers – one modernist, one traditional – team up to fit a former tire warehouse? A wonderful contemporary loft – take a look.

The Bob Hope House

The huge Palm Springs estate of Bob Hope, the comic icon of midcentury film and television, and his wife, Dolores, is being brought to market for the first time this month, at an asking price of $50 million.

Casa Marbrisa

John Lautner’s Arango House, also known as Casa Marbrisa is a spectacular modern dream house! The design is inspired by the naturally beautiful site, the sense of space, ocean and sky.

Luxury in Paris

One of Europe’s best city apartments is located in the Montorgueil part of the 2nd arrondissement in Paris, France. This 310 square meters (3,337 sq. ft.) state-of-the-art luxury loft apartment has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a lower level integrated gym equipped with a sauna

Jerrold Lomax Loft

The Jerrold Lomax loft displays his signature expression of volume,fine details and sustainable matierials. Walls of glass, front/rear decks, grooved sawcut concrete flooring, radiant heat, chefs kitchen; a modern contemporary work of art.

Miller Residence by Eero Saarinen

A change for our regular programming – not your typical city loft – however it has the open plan living and the floor-to-ceiling windows you’d expect. Saarinen’s buildings are truly timeless classics and this is one of the few family homes he had ever designed.

Modern Castle

When we think of castles, the last adjective that comes to mind is ‘modern’, but that’s just what this castle is, modern.

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.

Kenneth Laurent House by Frank Lloyd Wright

The one-story house is one of Wright’s smaller homes and one of his favorites. It showcases a lovely ellipse shape and occupies an area of 2500 square meters. Featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the crib has flowing and gently curved spaces.