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The Pierre Koenig Residence (#2)

The Pierre Koenig Residence (#2)

There are many homes all over L.A. with serious architectural pedigree and it’s very satisfying when you happen to own one. What’s uncommon is having the opportunity to buy a house designed by a leading architect as his own home.

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Garcia House by John Lautner – An Architectural Triumph

Garcia House by John Lautner – An Architectural Triumph

There are things in life where the backstory helps one appreciate it more fully. And while my intention here is to do just that, the truth is, this home is something whose beauty speaks for itself. It is truly a work of art.

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Contemporary Architectural Splendor

Contemporary Architectural Splendor

Exquisite quality and craftsmanship are hallmarks of this gracious townhome situated just 1 block from Montana. Originally the personal residence of the building’s architect, this end-unit enjoys an abundance of natural light and coastal breezes.

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Perfect for Those Who Want Some Elbow Room

Perfect for Those Who Want Some Elbow Room

Although it’s not much more than a hop, skip, and a jump away from LA, as you make your way into Agua Dulce, you’re struck by a feeling that you’re much further away than the time it took to get there.

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William C. Hay Residence

William C. Hay Residence

The hills of Los Feliz are known for having a resplendent collection of Spanish Colonial homes from the early 1900’s. And this new listing on Bonvue Avenue, designed by Charles C. Kyson in 1924, is one of the finest to hit the market in recent memory.

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A Little Bit of Terrific in Porter Ranch

A Little Bit of Terrific in Porter Ranch

The unmatched views from this home perched atop the canyons of Wilbur Tampa Park, with no homes on the the opposite side of the street, span the entire San Fernando Valley.

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The Lechner House by RM Schindler: Perfection Revisited

The Lechner House by RM Schindler: Perfection Revisited

From the photos, you may think: “wow, what a great midcentury time-capsule!” But you’d be mistaken. This is a decade of restoration by a dedicated owner, who is also an accomplished designer.

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A Phoenix Rises: The Lukens House by Raphael Soriano

A Phoenix Rises: The Lukens House by Raphael Soriano

Designed in 1940 by Raphael Soriano for ceramicist and co-founder of Arts and Architecture Magazine, Glen Lukens, this is a fine example of minimalist architecture wrought in the International Style.

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A De-Lovely Spanish Hacienda by Milton J. Black

A De-Lovely Spanish Hacienda by Milton J. Black

Tucked away at the end of a winding road in the hills of Woodland Hills is this surprising and utterly fantastic find. This 1930 Spanish Hacienda by architect Milton J. Black has so much going for it, it’s kinda ridiculous.

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The Hammerman House by Richard Neutra in Bel Air

The Hammerman House by Richard Neutra in Bel Air

If you are a fan of Neutra’s work, one of the things that you’ll immediately notice about the Hammerman House (in addition to its beauty) is its size. With 4,315 square feet of living space, this is on the larger end of the spectrum of homes designed by Neutra.

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