Enjoy a free evening of art, music, and entertainment as Pasadena’s top arts and cultural institutions open their doors this Friday, March 9th, from 6-10PM. Kickstart your journey at one of the 19 participating institutions – where free shuttles will transport you to your next destination. For more information, please visit ArtNightPasadena.org!
By Lauren Beale Architect Paul Williams became known as an architect to the stars during his six-decade career catering to the Hollywood elite. The first African American to become a member of the American Institute of Architects, his client list included such names as Frank Sinatra, Tyrone Power and Lucille Ball. To read the full article… Keep reading →
By Jennifer Baum-Lagdameo Designed by Case Study architect Thornton Abell, the Siskin House in Brentwood, Los Angeles, is an International Style stunner of glass, steel, and concrete. Built in 1965, this pavilion-like residence sits on three-quarters of an acre of private, meandering grounds. The seven-bedroom, seven-bath estate boasts voluminous, high-ceilinged, glass-enclosed living spaces that are visually connected to a… Keep reading →
By Claudine Zap A Mid-Century Modern marvel in Palm Springs, CA, designed by E. Stewart Williams, who was renowned for melding natural materials with modern design, is now on the market for $3.3 million. The well-preserved home was commissioned by Leon and Thea Koerner, lumber magnates from Vancouver, British Columbia, as a vacation escape. To read the full article visit their website here.