Wall Street Journal: Private Homes

Wall Street Journal: Private Homes

Featured in the Wall Street Journal: L.A. Home Designed by John Lautner to List for $7.5 Million By Candace Taylor Known as Silvertop, the house has a striking design: It is made up of a series of interlocking half-circles, with a massive, arched concrete roof over the living room. The home, which sits on 1.26 acres […]

Panel Discussion: Edward Killingsworth – Master Plan for Learning

Panel Discussion: Edward Killingsworth – Master Plan for Learning

Join the SAH/SCC as we explore 40-years of master planning by renowned Case Study House architect, Edward A. Killingsworth at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association (HGSA) and Crosby Doe Associates/architectureforsale.com,  the program will begin with an informative panel discussion, followed by a book signing and self-guided walking tour of the […]

China: Luxury Properties – The Walker Residence

China: Luxury Properties – The Walker Residence

Architect Rodney Walker built his family home on a hilltop overlooking Ojai, California, an enclave northwest of Los Angeles known for its hiking, spiritual retreats and organic farms that is dubbed the Shangri-La of Southern California. His former home, known as the Walker Residence, utilises an equilateral triangle for its architectural footprint, an approach common among his […]

Wall Street Journal Magazine

Wall Street Journal Magazine

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House featured in the Collect It section: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House – Part of a venture into modular housing by the venerable architect, 1923’s Millard House (which Wright himself referred to as “La Miniatura” – a label to describe his fondness for the house) was created from concrete blocks, each […]