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Posts Tagged ‘Mid-Century Modern’

Mandeville Canyon Mid-Century Modern Ranch | 3470 Mandeville Canyon Rd

Located on a large, sunny lot in the private and exclusive neighborhood of Mandeville Canyon, north of Brentwood and south of Encino and Sherman Oaks, this lovely and updated mid-century modern ranch style home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and is sited on a large .3 acre flat lot. A circular driveway with parking for five cars leads you to the home’s front porch. Notice the expert mix of materials of the home’s facade, a combination of red brick, natural wood, and black shutters and windows.

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Beachwood Canyon Mid Century with 5 Beds, 4 Baths, Studio, & Pool | 3231 Deronda Drive

This beautiful mid-century home sits perched atop the stunning and exclusive hills of Beachwood Canyon. The winner of the 2012 Los Angeles Architectural Award for its careful and considerate renovation by architect Michael Ferguson of Space International, the sharp and stylish 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom house is complimented by a guest studio, saltwater swimming pool, privacy, and incredible views of all of Los Angeles.

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Chic & Stylish Hollywood Hills Mid-Century | 6750 Mulholland Drive

Located down a shared private driveway off of Mulholland Drive, this chic and stylish 3 bedroom, 2 bath mid-century home has been completely updated with only the finest materials and the most discerning taste to create a truly stunning example of mid-century modern revival in the Hollywood Hills.

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Hollywoodland Mid-Century Modern in Lush Hillside Setting | 6363 Rodgerton Dr.

This Bohemian chic mid-century modern home is a soulful, spiritual, and stylish retreat in a spectacular location in Hollywood, just a stone’s throw from Lake Hollywood, the Garden of Oz, the Hollywood Sign, and multiple hiking trail heads. But once you see 6363 Rodgerton Drive’s incredible, tranquil, and lush backyard paradise you may never want to leave home. It is quite simply one of the most lush walk-out yards in the area.

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Great but Unsung Female Mid-Century Architect’s Home She Built for Herself

You might not recognize the name of Jean Gloria Killion, AIA, but the little known architect is one of the great, unsung architects of the mid-century modern era, female or otherwise. The Killion Residence, listed for sale recently in Pasadena, is the only home designed by Killion that maintains her name and the only project for which she would receive credit in print media as having designed on her own. Credit must be given when and where credit is due, and The Killion Residence is one of the great mid-century homes in the Los Angeles area, a dreamy treehouse on the hillside with fantastic views of Downtown LA.

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Just Listed: Original 60s Modern in Glendale’s Chevy Chase Canyon | 1105 Outlook Lane

This original 60s modern by mid-century architect Gus Stamos was built for his own family in 1968. The rare and untouched 3 bed and 2.5 bath hidden gem is nestled in the bucolic Chevy Chase Canyon which is just 1.5 miles to Eagle Rock. The hillside property is sited on a bountiful street-to-street double lot that offers extraordinary privacy and panoramic views from every window.

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Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Modern Above Mulholland Drive

Welcome to The Jack Lucas Residence. Built in 1947 by architect Eric Black and with period renovations by Tony Unruh, AIA, the sharp and stylish mid-century modern home was designed to “always look modern” according to the wishes of its original owner. This Frank Lloyd Wright-esque beauty is a wonderful time capsule of Los Angeles’s signature architectural movement.

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Mid-Century in Silver Lake Steps From the Reservoir

This stunning mid-century modern home was designed by acclaimed architect Eugene Choy in 1954 and has been restored to its original design with an immaculate attention to detail.

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Sleek Mid-Century Modern Time Capsule in Los Feliz Hills

This sleek mid-century modern is located in a fantastic location in the Los Feliz Hills just a block or two from an entrance to Griffith Park’s many hiking trails. The three bedroom, three bathroom home was built in 1955 and is an excellent time capsule of the mid-century modern style.

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Highlights from Palm Springs Modernism Week 2020

As heavy rains sweep Los Angeles and Southern California and many of us are hunkering down at home because of the coronavirus, let’s take a look back on sunnier, more celebratory times. In February, the city of Palm Springs held its annual Modernism Week, now in its 15th year. Ten days of mid-century modern mania: house tours, architectural talks, ’50s cooking demonstrations, presentations, films, live music, art shows, and nightly parties. The Hollywood Home was lucky enough to snag quite a few tickets to some of the most popular special events. Take a look below for dozens of photos from Modernism Week, information about some of the area’s most famous residences, and insider information so you can start planning ahead for next year’s sure-to-sell-out annual love letter to all things modernism.

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