Eye-catching at the curb, its sharply angular lines are dressed in a Modernist contrast of polished wood planes, abundant glass and rough, sand-hued stone. Inside, the residence is home to a custom, well-outfitted interior that spans four levels, all filled with carefree views and natural light.
Perched on a 1-acre promontory in the Hollywood Hills—high atop the Sunset Strip—lies this striking modern farmhouse-inspired by Louis Kahn’s outstanding architectural design of the Texas-based Kimbell Art Museum.
Led by global design firm HOK, in collaboration with Hawaii-based architect Ferraro Choi, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center is a laboratory, research, and office complex.
A kids’ space and a serene meditation spot are the contrasting functions that mark the Forest Pond House, a small, pristine case study of intentional architecture by TDO Architecture.
In the heart of Los Angeles’s Hancock Park, this 4,500-square-foot home, which bridges 65 feet of natural stream, was designed and built with innovative and sustainable techniques.
One would be hard-pressed to uncover a ritzy five-star resort filled with as many out-of-this-world amenities as can be found in this newly constructed trophy estate in highly sought-after East Gate Bel-Air.
Dramatically dark, yet unambiguously modern building is not the type of architecture one necessarily expects to find in Pasadena. But the LR2 House, a remarkable 4,200-square-foot dwelling by Santa Monica practice Montalba Architects, is the very definition of unexpected.
Playing With Musical References In The Dream Nashville, Epitomizing The Essence Of Los Angeles And Reflecting New York City’s Golden Age—These Three Boutique Hotels Stand The Test Of Time.
Situated on an approximately 1.3-acre parcel of land at 9555 Heather Road, the opulent Paul Williams-designed compound features a duo of separate gated entrances that lead to a trio of separate structures totaling approximately 15,000 square feet.
The Box, a “bubble-like” innovative architectural intervention created to preserve and safeguard the historic Hill House, is an example of classic Glasgow style designed by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This solution protects the building from environmental elements to prolong its future for generations to enjoy.
The landscape with the plantings of hundreds of trees and a new Shearers’ Quarters building, Captain Kelly’s Cottage was first built at the mariner’s bidding (likely by ship hands) for his daughter Mary in the 1840s.