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  • View Finder

     
    A house redo in Santa Ynez takes its cues from the surrounding idyllic countryside...
  • Editor’s Letter—May 2012

     
    This month, it's design of the times, as we report from the trenches of architecture, interiors, cars and Hollywood...
  • 'Matrix' producer to turn Venice post office into film center

     
    Movie producer Joel Silver's purchase of the former U.S. post office in Venice has created a bit of a cliffhanger for local residents: How often, if ever, will they be able to view the beloved "Story of Venice" mural that has graced the building's...
  • Huntington acquires 13 pieces of Frank Lloyd Wright furniture

    Huntington acquires 13 pieces of Frank Lloyd Wright furniture
    Thirteen pieces of furniture designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright have been acquired by the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino. The organization said that the furniture has been on display since 2009 as part of...
  • White House price tag: $110 million (history not included)

    White House price tag: $110 million (history not included)
    In the purely theoretical universe where 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. would be up for sale, the listing price for the property would be about $110 million. But it would  fetch up to only $80 million – or $1,455 per square foot, according a new estimate....
  • Film exec Brad Kembel and partner buy James Eads How House

    Film exec Brad Kembel and partner buy James Eads How House
    Motion picture executive Brad Kembel and his partner Jimmy Ferrareze have bought the landmark James Eads How House in Silver Lake for $1.3 million. Designed by modern architect Rudolph Schindler in 1925, the restored and updated International Modern-...
  • Sun

    Sun
    Forget the always-75-and-sunny stereotype; it can get downright chilly in L.A. during the winter. And as temperatures in Southern California dip, Angelenos to head east to spend the cooler months basking under the desert sun. Here we round up some of...
  • Marston House: Right at home in this San Diego charmer

     Marston House: Right at home in this San Diego charmer
    This 16-room Arts and Crafts masterpiece on the edge of San Diego's Balboa Park was the home of George and Anna Marston and their five children. Marston, a philanthropist, civic leader and owner of the city's premier department store, commissioned...
  • Rosenbaum House: Frank Lloyd Wright in Alabama

    Rosenbaum House: Frank Lloyd Wright in Alabama
    In the depths of the Depression, architect Frank Lloyd Wright developed a housing style called Usonian. These middle-class homes were meant to be affordable and connected to their setting. They blurred the distinction between indoors and out, featuring...
  • Frank Lloyd Wright archives heading to New York

    Frank Lloyd Wright archives heading to New York
    The archives of architect Frank Lloyd Wright have found a new home -- two homes, to be precise -- in New York. The archives have been jointly acquired by the Museum of Modern Art and Columbia University. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation said it will...
  • Southern California Close-Ups: Long Beach, San Pedro and Catalina Island

    Southern California Close-Ups: Long Beach, San Pedro and Catalina Island
    First published on July 3, 2011. Revised and expanded in early 2012. The harbor area of southwest Los Angeles County is the closest thing we have to a blue-collar coast. It’s where cruise ships call, where ton upon ton of maritime machinery hums...