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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
Architecture and Design: Paul Williams’ Classic Los Angeles
Architecture and Design: Paul Williams’ Classic Los Angeles
American architect Paul R. Williams was one of Los Angeles’ most prolific architects of the 20th century, designing more than 3,000 public and private buildings from the city’s Downtown to the Pacific Coast. Williams was appointed to the first Los Angeles City Planning Commission in 1920 and was the first African-American member of the American
Cali Comparables: What $5 Million Buys in Los Angeles County
Cali Comparables: What $5 Million Buys in Los Angeles County
You set a certain budget for your house hunt — and you can’t go a penny over it. But what if you want to expand your search a wee bit beyond a specific neighborhood? We decided to play the comparison game by exploring what you can buy for a certain dollar value in various California
Architecture and Design: Echo Park’s “Lost Lautner”
Architecture and Design: Echo Park’s “Lost Lautner”
The discovery of previously unknown artworks is often not a matter of finding, but a matter of attribution. Take da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi. For centuries, over-painting and poor attempts at restoration obscured its authorship until it became regarded as the work of apprentices – an attribution that garnered a mere $10,000 price tag in 2005.
Cali Comparables: What $5 Million Buys in Coastal Los Angeles County
Cali Comparables: What $5 Million Buys in Coastal Los Angeles County
You set a certain budget for your house hunt — and you can’t go a penny over it. But what if you want to expand your search a wee bit beyond a specific neighborhood? We decided to play the comparison game by exploring what you can buy for a certain dollar value in various California