André Lefèvre-Devaux, Architect
Modernist Cliff Villa By The Sea, 1957
(private address), Le Lavandou, Var, FR
This spectacular modernist villa was built by French architect André Lefèvre-Devaux in 1957 and is listed as “historical monument” since 2000.
Located in Le Lavandou, the villa enjoys an exceptional panoramic view over the two islands of Port-Cros and Levant, from the bay of Hyères to the Cap Bénat. Between Toulon and Saint-Tropez, Le Lavandou is a small seaside resort known for its beautiful beaches.
The villa extends over 180 m² on three levels and includes an independent studio. The upper level hosts an entrance, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and a dressing room. The lower level has two bedrooms and a shower room.
Accessible from the
Richard Neutra, Architect
The Marshall House, 1952
5322 Calzada Del Bosque, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Located in the highly-coveted West-side of the Rancho Santa Fe Covenant, this 1952 Richard Neutra design is perfectly situated on a private 2.6 acre lot with vast back-country views. This unique single-level masterpiece has been fully updated & still maintains all of the original charm & style. No expense spared in the renovation of this extraordinary home. This 4,477 sq. ft. estate features 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a stunning pool, expansive patio space surrounded by grassy lawns & a 3 car garage. This incredibly private corner lot is covered under an invisible fence system making it the perfect backyard for pets. Stunning Fleetwood sliding doors open up the living room to
André Remondet, Architect
Panoramic Apartment - Passy Kennedy Building, 1981-1988
(private address), Paris, FR
This apartment is situated on the top floors of the Passy-Kennedy residence, designed by French architect André Remondet from 1981 to 1988. Without any vis-à-vis, it enjoys beautiful panoramic views of Paris and the river Seine and its architecture is typical of the late 1970s.
It is located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris on the banks of the Seine, near schools, shops and transport.
The apartment develops an area of 307.55m². It is possible to subdivide the whole into two separate apartments thanks to its two independent entrances.
It hosts a large entrance, a 110m² triple modular reception consisting of a lounge-library, a large living room and a dining room
Roy Johnson, Architect
Contemporary Disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1985
18 Wampus Lakes Drive, Armonk, NY
Pristinely set on over 6-acres less than one mile to the vibrant village of Armonk, this private paradise is the perfect retreat for weekend or year round living. A sophisticated masterpiece designed by noted architect Roy Johnson, a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright, features flowing floor plan with walls of glass with high ceilings taking-in the beautiful 6+acre setting. Koi pond with a waterfall and a meandering stone path with delightful footbridge, all surrounded by natural-style gardens in a Zen-like setting. Saline pool and spa, gazebo, raised bed garden, half sports court and level lawn is a mesmerizing setting. Perfect for entertaining a Bilotta kitchen; living room with soaring
André Lurçat, Architect
Villa Guggenbuhl, 1927
(private address), Paris, FR
Built in 1927 by architect André Lurçat for Swiss artist Walter Guggenbühl, the Villa Guggenbühl is listed in the supplementary inventory of French Historical Monuments since 1975. True Art déco masterpiece, this villa-studio is one of Lurçat’s finest achievements.
Located in a confidential alley at the edge of the Montsouris Park in the 14th arrondissement, the villa enjoys an exceptional view and absolute calm. It is close to schools, shops and transport (RER Cité Universitaire, tramway, metro, bus).
This triplex apartment occupies the upper part of the villa and offers a surface of 150m².
The ground floor welcomes the entrance and
John Gaw Meem, Architect
Casa de Cuesta Asoleada, 1938
3961 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM
On almost three acres with beautiful views, The Sunny Slope House is a rare opportunity to experience authentic Pueblo Revival architecture, fully updated to today’s place and time. Originally designed and built for Edward Tatum in 1939 by John Gaw Meem, who is regionally and nationally known as the father of the Pueblo Revival period in Santa Fe. Two bedroom suites have full bathrooms, fireplaces, comfortable seating areas, and access to their own portals and patios. A wonderful walled front courtyard and portal offer fabulous outdoor living, which includes a full kitchen outside. The home has a comfortable and unassuming appeal with complete privacy on two legal lots on Tatum Lane off
William Turnbull, Jr., FAIA
The Hines House, 1968
301 Chinquapin Lane, The Sea Ranch, CA
William Turnbull, Jr. (with Charles Moore, Donlyn Lyndon, and Richard Whitaker) created the masterplan of the ecologically-designed 10-mile coastal stretch known as The Sea Ranch. The seminal Hines House is offered here for the first time publicly since 1972. One of the first private residences designed by MLTW-Moore/Turnbull with William Turnbull Jr. as lead architect, the plan's dual program of "big house, bunk house" provides a gathering place for family, friends and visitors. Set on just over 1.5 acres of prime ocean/forest view property, Turnbull preserves the natural hillside by designing the levels of interior spaces to coincide with the slope. A vertical terrace
Adam Dayem, Architect
The Sleeve House
Here is a rare opportunity to own a truly unique and hyper-contemporary home. Located in the Hudson Valley town of Taghkanic, this all-season weekend home is sited on nearly 15 acres of open, rolling meadows, a setting that affords privacy, as well as dramatic valley and mountain views. As enigmatic as it is practical, the structure has intimate spaces for cooking, dining, and living, a tall, thin vertical slice for circulation, and a dramatic entry gallery. The sustainably-sourced Accoya wood skin, charred by a Japanese finishing technique called “shou sugi ban,” gives the house’s façade a rough, weathered texture, a contemporary reinterpretation of the exteriors of old barns in the
Stanley Tigerman, Architect
Unique Post-Modern Masterpiece
1014 Sheridan Road, Highland Park, IL
Be the envy of everyone w/ this dramatic & glamorous residence. Must be seen to be appreciated. Featured in Architectural Digest, this unique Post-Modern Masterpiece is the ultimate in design & privacy. Set back on nearly two acres on prestigious Sheridan Rd in East Highland Park. Offering ravine views, walking distance to award-winning Rosewood Beach, train, schools & Ravinia Festival. Abundant floor-to-ceiling windows & skylights throughout. Glamorous over-sized pool & spa in your very private setting surrounded by lush landscaping & nature. Stunning entry with 40 feet glass barrel-vaulted skylight. Gourmet Cook's Kitchen with high-end appliances, custom
William Wesley Peters, Architect
Sorensen Residence, 1970-1971
4212 Country Road JJ, Black Earth, WI
The Taliesin Tradition
Only 130 individual residences have the architectural pedigree of being designed in the Taliesin tradition practiced by Frank Lloyd Wright, and recognized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Treetops is one of those rare historic homes and has undergone a meticulous 14-year renovation by its current owners which sensitively blends modern upgrades and amenities while respecting the original architecture and construction.
Once you enter the driveway, it's your own private retreat built into the brow of the hill on 80 wild and undulating acres. The house is simply a work of art, designed to be integral to the site with a flowing,