The residence is located at the end of a cul-de-sac on a promontory elevated above legendary Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles. It was originally built in 1961 and the renovation and addition, by Heusch Inc. was to reflect the mid-century-style architecture of that time.
Photos of celebrated architect Frank Gehry’s own house: it was originally an extension, designed by the architect around an existing house. Now he is world-famous with numerous major buildings in most western countries, but this is where it all began.
DEX Studio designed the Keeshen property to highlight warm, modern design with indoor-outdoor living for a small family with Midwestern roots.
Los Angeles-and-New York-based architecture office FreelandBuck recently completed new 1,500-square-foot residential project, Second House, in Culver City, Los Angeles.
SPF:architects is pleased to announce that the Long Beach Seaside Way Pedestrian Bridge was named the Southern California Project of the Year at the annual Engineering News-Record California Best Project Awards.
The Art, Architecture & Design Museum, UC Santa Barbara, announce appointment of Dr. Silvia Perea as curator of the Art and Design Collection. She is currently a curator at the Baker Museum, Naples, Florida.
Library Master Plan for University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), design by Johnson Favaro.
Culver City–based architecture firm: redesign & expansion of 7of 10 libraries within the UCLA library system.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall by architect Frank Gehry is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and was started back in 1987, completing around 2003-04. The building is a key part of the cultural hub in downtown Los Angeles and after Museo Guggenheim Bilbao was this architect’s major new work.
Beverly Center renovation by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas: known as The Mall of the Stars, the building façade has been a Los Angeles landmark since its construction in the 1980s.
Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles’ oldest Jewish congregation, start construction of Audrey Irmas Pavilion design by OMA: multi-use cultural, religious & event space on Wilshire Boulevard in Koreatown.
The Getty Conservation Institute and Salk Institute for Biological Studies announced today that after four years, conservation efforts are complete for one of the key architectural elements at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California—its teak window walls. The site, completed in 1965 and designed by famed architect Louis I. Kahn,
FreelandBuck designed Stack House, a Four-Story Home Notched into a Los Angeles Hillside. Stack House was completed in collaboration with developer Urbanite Homes.
Thaxton and associates Insurance Agency in Los Angeles design by Griffin Enright Architects in North Hollywood, California – discrete 6,000 sqft mixed-use building engaging the sidewalk.
Wick Architecture & Design + LAND Design Studio recently completed Sake Dojo Restaurant located in the city’s popular Little Toyko neighborhood.
The original homeowners commissioned architect Frank Gehry, to design the original home in the 1970s. Los Angeles-based architect Dan Brunn, redesigned the 3,600-square-foot former Janss Family residence.
Whipple Russell Architects’ client, who is from the sports world, wanted an open-plan house for entertaining but also a photography studio and a gallery space suitable for hanging his large art projects.
For the flagship store of Road to Awe architect Dan Brunn, AIA, created a complex, dream-like space with geometric precision, meditative sensations, and positive/negative dualities.
Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building at the University of California, USA, design by LMN Architects, six-story, 204,750 sqft facility will set a new standard.