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Lubken Ranch, a 759-acre property at the foot of Mount Whitney, is on the market for the first time in 50 years. Lubken is a working cattle ranch - with water rights that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power never managed to acquire - surrounded by land belonging to the Bureau of Land Management and LADWP. The ranch is a three-hour drive north of Los Angeles and five minutes from an airport...

Perfection On The Strand (Westside Edition)

Perfection On The Strand Written by: Lynn Morgan Photography by: Scott Mayoral The sculpted, stainless sell door, a work of art on its own, pivots on its axis, inviting guests into this 5200-square-foot, concrete, steel and glass Ray Kappe designed house on Manhattan Beach's world-famous Strand, inches from the sand and sea. Inside, a three-story atrium, paneled in teak, is filled with exotic...

Perfection On The Strand

Perfection On The Strand Written by: Lynn Morgan Photography by: Scott Mayoral The sculpted, stainless sell door, a work of art on its own, pivots on its axis, inviting guests into this 5200-square-foot, concrete, steel and glass Ray Kappe designed house on Manhattan Beach's world-famous Strand, inches from the sand and sea. Inside, a three-story atrium, paneled in teak, is filled with exotic...

Inspired Living in Westside Magazine

INSPIRED LIVING Written by: Lynn Morgan Photography by: Scott Mayoral The precise, challenging facade, clad in zinc-coated stainless steel, looms four commanding stories above the street, a sleek and polished design by one of contemporary architecture's boldest and most innovative firms. Designed in 1984 by Morphosis, the ground-breaking firm headed by future Pritzker laureate Thom Mayne and his...

Inspired Living in Southbay Magazine

Inspired Living Written by: Lynn Morgan Photography by: Scott Mayoral The precise, challenging fa├žade, clad in zinc-coated stainless steel, looms four commanding stories above the street, a sleek and polished design by one of contemporary architecture's boldest and most innovative firms. Designed in 1984 by Morphosis, the ground-breaking firm headed by future Pritzker laureate Thom Mayne and his...

Frank Lloyd Wright: Journal of the Taliesin Fellows

Wright on the Market La Miniatura & Los Banos, CA The quarterly newsletter of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Volume 19, Issue 3 - Summer 2009 CALIFORNIA: Pasadena - Alice Millard House, "La Miniature" (1923) Recognized by Wrights as the earliest "Usonian" house, "La Miniatura" is also the first residence to utilize Wright's highly inventive textile block building system. The...

Case Da Abitare

Comprami Progettata da Frank Lloyd Wrigth n egli anni Venti, una storica residenza e oggi invendita. Otto milioni di dollari per abitare il mito. Per chi si accontenta de meno, finestre all'asta e una mosta al Guggenheim Additional images may be viewed at www.millardhouse.com (Article originally published in Italian Magazine "Case Da Abitare: Interiors, Design & Living" - June,...

Collect Magazine

Wright's Way We would all love to live surrounded by masterpieces - but imagine living within one. That's exactly what the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright created, as just one of many projects that allow him to be considered a leading light in the world's most pre-eminent architects from the 20th century. While the art market may be shaky, savvy cultural connoisseurs are investing in iconic...

Palm Springs Life

Revisiting The Kaufmann House It's like being in Switzerland: You want to see the Matterhorn," says Crosby Doe a veteran salesman of architecturally significant houses. And when in Palm Springs, he adds, "You want to see the Kaufmann Desert House." That kind of fame can have its drawbacks, however, especially for the person in charge of selling a house that nearly eveybody, it seems, wants to see. Out...

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