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Ennis House: Frank Lloyd Wright’s LA Masterpiece
Ennis House: Frank Lloyd Wright’s LA Masterpiece
Much has been written about Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House – the last and most ambitious of Wright’s Los Angeles textile block houses. But one need only look to the great American architect’s own writings for insight into one of LA’s most impressive and enigmatic residences. In his introduction to the Wasmuth Portfolio, a collection
East Coast Tradition Meets West Coast Traditional
East Coast Tradition Meets West Coast Traditional
New York City-based Ferguson & Shamamian Architects is at the top of their field for high-end traditional and classical residential design. The firm has built an extensive body of work across the country with several projects in Los Angeles. Of particular interest is this world-class estate in the Holmby Hills enclave north of Sunset Boulevard.
MAGNIficent Modernism
MAGNIficent Modernism
Internationally acclaimed interior designer James Magni is renowned for his minimalist approach to design. Since arriving in Los Angeles during the 1980s, he was quickly recognized for his mastery of creating an ascetically beautiful and harmonious balance between objects, furnishings and art,with the surrounding environment of the residence. He excels at working with clients whose
A&D: The Ancient Art of Feng Shui
A&D: The Ancient Art of Feng Shui
What do The Grove, The Americana at Brand, and 2,000 California homes have in common? Katherine Anne Lewis, a 20+ year master practitioner of Feng Shui (pronounced “Fung Shway”). The 4,000-year-old Chinese art of placement creates harmony and balance in one’s home, office, or other structures. The system identifies nine life areas: wealth, fame, love and marriage, family, health, creativity and children, knowledge,
A Frank Lloyd Wright Jr., View
A Frank Lloyd Wright Jr., View
Los Angeles is home, no pun intended, to homes by world- class architects including Frank Lloyd Wright (think Hollyhock House or Anderton Court Shops on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills). However, most are unaware that his son, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jr., (called Lloyd Wright to avoid confusion) designed more projects in the Southland than his famous father ever did. Wright