West Hollywood Residence

November 26th, 2010










As I look through magazines and archives of great houses I become all too curious about stunning houses that may or may not have received the amount of press that they deserved. I’m willing to bet that there are a large number of houses that kept on the down low due to the owners privacy—considering that houses are a personal piece of your life. I also question the same idea against artists and designers and just how many great people were out there or did great work, that didn’t receive attention.

Los Angeles seems like its one of those places where great design may get passed up or not looked at due to exclusivity. Fortunately this West Hollywood Residence wasn’t missed because it has all the usual likes of architecture: wood siding, stainless steel, cement and of course the involvement of nature.

More information about the home via the Contemporist.

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  2. NAVIS says:

    I work in WeHo and there are some cool looking buildings there. In the San Fernando Valley, there’s a lot of houses that were put in place by Joseph Eichler. Wiki his homes when you get a chance. They’re all in the mid-century modern spectrum of things.

    There are some amazing homes on the PCH in Malibu. Granted you can’t see them but judging from what you can see… the inside has to be amazing. One of these days I’ll have 13 million dollars to buy one of those.

    But for the most part, LA is 80% apartment complexes. Laguna Beach also has some swanky houses but that’s the OC.


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