Realtors, architectural historians, and restoration specialists with decades of experience in the fields of historic preservation and real estate sales serving all of California

barbara lamprecht, m.arch., ph.d.
barbara lamprecht, m.arch., ph.d. architectural historian / associate partner
Mobile(626) 264-7600

Raised in Canada and New York City, Dr. Barbara Lamprecht is Pasadena-based “qualified architectural historian” specializing in the rehabilitation of Modern buildings; national and local designations; and Mills Act contracts. Lamprecht is the author of Neutra: Complete Works (Taschen, 2000), Neutra (Taschen 2004) and Richard Neutra: Furniture: The Body and the Senses (Wasmuth, 2015). Lamprecht has taught all periods of architectural history at several institutions and lectures widely, including the National Building Museum; Washington, D.C.; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles; ModernismWeek, Palm Springs; and the Getty Conservation Institute. Lamprecht earned an M.Arch., at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and her Ph.D. at the University of Liverpool.

Her dissertation explored Richard Neutra’s late nineteenth and early twentieth century roots in science and landscape, especially concentrating on his work linking the body, the senses, and the experience of architecture. She has also worked on the designs of other Modernists, such as Buff, Straub, and Hensman, and contributed a book chapter for William Krisel’s Palm Springs: The Language of Modernism, 2015, and another for the 2017 Clocks and Clouds on the work of contemporary Los Angeles-Zurich architecture firm EscherGunewardena. As a project manager and building designer, she has led rehabilitations of two Neutra houses, working closely with top-tier trade professionals.

Currently, she is working on the rehabilitation of the Jardinette Apartments, Hollywood, a four-story reinforced concrete International Style building designed by Neutra with Rudolf Schindler, 1928. Lamprecht and will be speaking on the physiological and psychological aspects of architecture in Chicago; New Hope, PA; and Vienna this year.

Matthew Berkley, MA
Matthew Berkley, MA Partner
Mobile(626) 665-3699

A resident of Southern California for most of his life, Matt Berkley is a REALTOR® who makes representing historic and architecturally significant properties his primary focus. Since obtaining his real estate license in 2001, he, along with his firm, have represented works by architects such as Charles and Henry Greene, Wallace Neff, Frank Lloyd Wright, John Lautner, Richard Neutra, and Frank Gehry. Matt understands the complexity of selling historic and architectural homes. He is an expert in strategic marketing to global audiences who appreciate fine design. His firm’s strong commitment to print media and long-standing relationships with countless online media sources throughout the world allow his clients to receive global exposure in the marketing of their properties.

Matt attended Boston University and California State University, Long Beach. He is an Architectural Historian holding undergraduate and graduate degrees in the United States and Modern European History. His fields are the built environment, politics of space, the growth and development of California regional vernacular architecture, the relationship between the changing landscape of California through suburbanization and its effects on the natural environment. His education, coupled with nearly twenty years representing sellers and buyers of architectural and historic properties provide him a distinct advantage in marketing to an audience that understands and respects the significance of the properties he represents.

Matt is a Trustee with the California Preservation Foundation. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors of Pasadena Heritage and is the Chair of the Pasadena Foothills Association of REALTORS© Historic Preservation Committee.

In addition to his involvement in the real estate and preservation communities, Matt is an active member of All Saints Church, Pasadena, and has been singing with Coventry Choir since 1992. Most recently, he performed with Coventry Choir alongside Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic for the performance Gustav Mahler’s Symphony Number 8/Symphony of a Thousand at the Shrine Auditorium. There he joined more than one-thousand fellow musicians for the performance. Past organizations he has performed with have been the Claremont Chorale, and Citrus College Singers. He has been a featured tenor soloist in Germany, Russia, Finland, Poland, Lithuania and the Czech Republic.

Matt is also an adjunct Professor of United States History at Citrus College in Glendora.


Scott Lander, DC
Scott Lander, DC Partner
Mobile(323) 697-4909
Office(310) 275-1000

Despite a love of architecture and design for as long as he remembers, native Californian Scott Lander first chose a career as a chiropractor. Scott attended California State University, Northridge for his undergraduate degree and obtained his DC from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles. After becoming a licensed real estate agent, Scott began buying and restoring architectural and historic homes. His passion for design integrity and historic preservation pushed him toward grand homes, regional vernacular design, modern masterpieces, and those neglected over time but retained key elements of original craftsmanship, character, architecture, and history.

In 2010, Scott won the Santa Monica Conservancy Preservation Award for the restoration of the Richard Neutra-designed Leon Barsha residence which had been deemed a tear-down prior to Scott’s stewardship. In 2012, Scott was awarded the Historic Preservation award from the City of Pasadena for the restoration of Buff & Hensman-designed Thompson residence. Scott has restored or represented some of the most-notable properties in Southern California. His CV includes works by Richard Neutra, Rudolph Schindler, Richard Dorman, John Lautner, Wallace Neff, Harwell Hamilton Harris, Gregory Ain, and Raphael Soriano.

Scott has made his personal mission to correct the perception of Los Angeles as a city void of architecture, history, character, and heart.

Current Listings

Altadena, CA
9 Beds 5 Baths 6938 Sqft 34614 Lot
Los Angeles, CA
3 Beds 2 Baths 1655 Sqft 10500 Lot

Past Sales

Pasadena, CA
6 Beds 5 Baths 5578 Sqft 35414 Lot
Pasadena, CA
7 Beds 6 Baths 5894 Sqft 25582 Lot
Santa Barbara, CA
5 Beds 4 Baths 3940 Sqft 13939 Lot
Oxnard, CA
4 Beds 3 Baths 2311 Sqft 4194 Lot
Sierra Madre, CA
3 Beds 5 Baths 2002 Sqft 16604 Lot
Glendale, CA
3 Beds 3 Baths 2103 Sqft 8195 Lot
Glendora, CA
2 Beds 3 Baths 2313 Sqft 12387 Lot
San Dimas, CA
3 Beds 3 Baths 2304 Sqft 10693 Lot
Pasadena, CA
2 Beds 1 Baths 891 Sqft
Claremont, CA
4 Beds 2 Baths 2514 Sqft

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