Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles and designed by Abramson Architects, this house has an ideal location that invites the homeowner—a photographer and interior designer—and her guests to enjoy exceptional views of the Getty Center and beyond.
Wine, from its earliest days, required the storage of its age, with solutions both inelegant and sophisticated. The Egyptians had mud-bricked and limestone cellars, the Romans fumitories and catacombs, the Italian’s damigiana.
At the center of a quiet, 18-acre meadow in Jackson, Wyoming, providing panoramic views of the surrounding ranchlands, foothills, and the Teton Range, this one-story, four-bedroom house of 3,632 square feet features an asymmetrically gabled roof and a protected courtyard garden full of natural light.
“Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects works in a modern idiom but without a set vocabulary or language,” explains architect Takashi Yanai, a partner at the firm, its Residential Studio Director since 2004, and the current leader of its San Francisco Studio.
Montalba Architects Riviera Loft, which saw the firm transform a historical, exposed, three-story space into multi-family residences juxtaposing the old and new to form something entirely, even radically, unique.
Located on Wilcox Avenue north of Sunset Boulevard, Thompson Hollywood—which was five years in the making—is a first, at least in two regards: This is the first California property of the Thompson Hotels brand and the first California project designed by British studio Tara Bernerd & Partners.
Located in Mahón Bay, on the Balearic Island of Menorca, Spain, a building of strict modern bearing offers an insurgency of space and, beyond its serene monochromatic walls, a halo of sun and sky.
While it’s not without its gray days, the beauty of Southern California lies in its temperate climate. So, too, while it’s also not without its gray moments, the beauty of family is in being together.
Located in Woodside, California, this 17,000-square-foot home was built on an exceptional 3.5-acre site for a couple—who are active philanthropists with a focus on children’s health and education, and cancer research—and their children.
There is nothing like staying in a historic property that makes you wonder if walls could talk. Casa Cody is one of these properties. Ideally situated in the center of Palm Springs, Casa Cody is a true oasis