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Posts Tagged ‘Architecture’

Purify Your Home with Living Walls

Purify your home with a living wall to breath cleaner air while California air quality takes time to improve post wildfires. When vertical gardens are used on the interiors of buildings, they can help improve air quality not only because plants naturally remove carbon dioxide and produce oxygen-rich air, but also because plants can filter […]

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Million Dollar Beach Houses

  You don’t have to break the bank for a beach house in Malibu! This serene, recently remodeled West Malibu home in the gated community of The Shores is a true coastal oasis for just $1,985,000 listed by SFJ of Compass. The open floor plan with seamless flow between the rooms and folding picture windows allow […]

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Your Newest Neighbor

Welcome your newest neighbor, Ariana Grande, if you live in the Bird Streets or surrounding area of the West Hollywood Hills.     Actress turned pop star Ariana Grande has bought a newly built home in the Hollywood Hills’ Bird Streets area for $13.7 million, according to real estate sources not authorized to comment publicly […]

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Frieze Week LA

Coming up is Frieze LA for the 2nd annual Frieze Art Fair in Los Angeles at Paramount Studios. Along with Frieze week are satellite art fairs and events. Frieze LA runs from February 14th – 16th with art world events leading up to the opening day. Contemporary art galleries will be flying in from all […]

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Introducing 8899 Beverly BLVD

8899 Beverly is the result of a decade-long pursuit to transform an iconic mid-century modern building into architecturally significant, handcrafted homes and to create the most extraordinary residential building in Los Angeles. Architecturally remastered by Olson Kundig, the project elevates living to new heights, with epic, sweeping and unobstructed views. Renowned for creating exceptional homes […]

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Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright is celebrated around the globe for the architectural wonders he created. This year marks the 60th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s building for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. Since opening its doors on October 21, 1959, the architectural icon has inspired countless visitors and is widely seen as Wright’s […]

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Famous Great Rooms | Hearst Castle

Great Rooms boast a level of opulence to a home. Walking in a classic Great Room the elements to be noticed are high ceilings, typically beamed, and grand wood burning fire places (sometimes one on each opposite end of the room). Imagine curling near the fire places in the grandiose of all Great Rooms this […]

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The Top of Bel Air

LA’s hottest new listing 11490 Orum Dr, The Orum House, debuts its AIA award winning modern design offering unrivaled sophistication and true luxury. The architectural curvature and edges working isync to form a contemporary master piece with modern elements. Sweeping views of the Getty Museum to the ocean across to downtown, combine with top amenities such […]

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Sheats Goldstein Residence

One of the hottest homes in Los Angeles is the Sheats Goldstein Residence built by renowned architect, John Lautner. The residence was designed and built between 1961 – 1963. James Goldstein purchased the residence in 1972. Goldstein entrusted the property to LACMA for it’s great architectural significants. Goldstein currently lives in the Sheats Goldstein Residents […]

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Contemporary Architecture in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is home to some of the world’s best contemporary architecture. Some of the most renowned firms are local to Los Angeles and get commissioned to build projects all over the world. Here is a look at a few of our favorite firms work.            

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Celebrating 100 Years of Bauhaus

This week we celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus. During the 20th century, the Bauhaus formed as an institution, school of thought, and design movement. Bauhaus is known to be the most radical movement of design that shaped modernity as we see it today.   Formed in Germany, the art and design school was in operation […]

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Interior Design in Los Angeles

LA has a variety of interior design styles and homes. You will find modern, cool contemporary, traditional Spanish, Hollywood Regency, and everything in between. One of our favorite interior designers is Kelly Wearstler for mastering elements of all of these design styles, especially Hollywood Regency. Above is Wearstler’s transformation of a home on Hillcrest Road […]

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