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Dwell Magazine: In the Modern World – We Love L.A.

In the Modern World - We Love L.A. by Allison Arieff In the past 26 years, Crosby Doe has guided the sales of thousands of signature homes - from modern masterpeices by John Lautner, Richard Neutra, and Raphael Soriano to more experimental designs by Frank Gehry, Eric Owen Moss, and Coop Himmelblau. The passionate team has earned a reputation for exposing their clients to the subtle nuances of the...

Robb Report Worth: Estates of Grace

by Eryn Brown As an architect and interior designer, John Regas loves to talk about exquisite spaces. He launches easily into rapturous descriptions of his French Directoire townhouse: its grand galleries, its five-story, glass-roofed staircase, the ornate plasterwork on its ceilings and walls. But ask Regas to go beyond the construction and explain why he reveres this dwelling, and he becomes...

Where LA Magazine – Guestbook

Estates of Grace Written by Roger Grody Nearly everybody has a passion to collect, whether it be a Little Leaguer trading baseball cards, a numismatist searching for a 1916-D Mercury dime or an office colleague showing off souvenir coffee mugs. Affluence merely ups the ante, resulting in collections of original Dalis or vintage Lamborghinis. In recent years, another pricey collectible has become...

Los Angeles Confidential: Real Estate Royalty

Real Estate Royalty By Michael Ventre Photograph by Blake Little Crosby Doe Crosby Doe Associates Real estate philosophy: Architecture is to general real estate as Sam Francis lithographs are to gift wrap. Favorite career moment: It was the simple joy of seeing the Barsha Residence restored from near-total destruction. Like the Kaufmann Desert House by Neutra, the house had been significantly...

Architectural Digest

Estates section: Los Angeles 3 bedrooms / 3 baths / 1,650 sq. ft. $799,000 Pedigree: West Coast modernist Craig Ellwood completed this striking dwelling in 1949. A precursor to the architect's famous Case Study houses, the compact structure was erected using then-cutting-edge modular construction methods. Steel-framed ribbon windows afford little privacy but deliver views of the surrounding...

Wall Street Journal: The Millard House

Photography by Central Meridian Photography '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 featuring a carved cross and square pattern, in a style he believed...

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 featuring a carved cross and square pattern, in a style he...

China: Luxury Properties – Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House

This Frank Lloyd Wright designed home circa 1923 is one of the premiere architectural gems of the 20th century. Known as The Millard House, Wright recognized this estate as his earliest ‘Usonian’ home, a term the master used to describe the particular new world character of the American landscape as distinct and free of previous architectural conventions. The home utilizes a highly inventive textile...

Architectural Digest

ON THE MARKET – Extraordinary homes for sales around the world. Edited by Samuel Cochran Featured 'The Desert Nomad House' – Tucson, Arizona by Architect Rick...

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