Malin Residence, AKA the Chemosphere

Malin Residence, AKA the Chemosphere

The Malin Residence was initially designed and built in 1960 by famed architect John Lautner. It really looks like a spaceship, with its octagon shape and one-story height. What others can’t see is that the actual house is perched on a 5-ft wide concrete pole 30 feet...
John Storer House: Home to Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture

John Storer House: Home to Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture

The John Storer House was originally built and designed for the physician in 1923 by none other than noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright as part of a series of four Mayan Revival style textile-block houses. This was a series of houses that Frank Lloyd Wright built in...
Rue Magazine Feature: Timeless Architectural Elegance With Perfect Lighting

Rue Magazine Feature: Timeless Architectural Elegance With Perfect Lighting

We recently completed a project in Corona Del Mar, just featured in Rue Magazine!  Before its conception, the house had a few building hurdles set by a strict HOA that had to be dealt with before any construction could occur. Building hurdles at this level of...
Frank Gehry: Is He the World’s Worst Architect?

Frank Gehry: Is He the World’s Worst Architect?

His name given at birth is Frank Owen Goldberg; he was born in Toronto, Canada, on February 28th, 1929. His love of architecture came at a very young age. He is a pop icon, and his buildings are among the most world-renowned structures. Gehry is also a United States...