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Midcentury Modern homes in Los Angeles

Crestwood Hills
The interior of a restored midcentury home in the historic Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood. (Los Angeles Times)
Buff & Hensman
Midcentury design meets midcentury furniture and a cork flooring in the living room and dining room of this renovated 1957 Buff & Hensman house in Pasadena’s Poppy Peak neighborhood. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Eames House
A view of Charles and Ray Eames’ historic residence in Pacific Palisades. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Ray Kappe house
The 1967 Pacific Palisades home of renowned architect Ray Kappe is cited by design aficionados as perhaps the best-designed house in Los Angeles.  (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Ray Kappe house
View of upper deck den, front, living room and kitchen, far back, at the home of architect Ray Kappe. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Eichler House
Musician Brad Laner and his wife Nydia stand near the living room of their classic Eichler house in Granada Hills. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
Stahl House
The Stahl House, designated a historic landmark, has been featured in numerous films and photo shoots and has attained near-iconic status for its minimalist ‘50s modern design and its spectacular views of L.A.  (Los Angeles Times)
Edward Fickett
Edward Fickett homes are famous for their sleek one-story ranch design incorporating dramatic roof designs, lots of glass to bring the outdoors inside, and always a pool.  (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Don Hensman
A view out to the front deck and swimming pool of Don Hensman’s bachelor pad atop Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles.  (Bryan Chan / Los Angeles Times)
Crestwood Hills
One of several restored midcentury homes in the historic Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood. (Los Angeles Times)
Crestwood Hills
Twilight falls on the front of a midcentury home in Crestwood Hills. (Richard Hartog / Los Angeles Times)
Conrad Buff III
“Rapor (Sun House),” designed by midcentury architect Conrad Buff III. The home was originally built for the architect in the hills of Pasadena. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
William Krisel
Architect William Krisel designed this Midcentury Modern tract house, often called a Butterfly House for its distinctive wing-like roof line.  (Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)
A. Quincy Jones
A 1970s home designed by architect A. Quincy Jones in Los Angeles.  (Christina House / For The Times)
Pasinetti House
Pasinetti House, a 1959 modernist home by Haralamb Georgescu. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Pasinetti House
Interior view of the Pasinetti House, a 1959 modernist home by Haralamb Georgescu, an architect who is not well known in L.A. but is revered in his native Romania.  (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)
Greta Magnusson Grossman
The 1948 Beverly Hills house designed by Greta Magnusson Grossman. (Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times)
Daily House
The stone-covered fireplace repeats in the kitchen as the angled ceiling extends to the covered patio in the 1954 Daily House designed by architect Clair Earl in Glendale.  (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Brody House
The Brody House in Holmby Hills by A. Quincy Jones.  (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times)
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