The City of Angels. Los Angeles was officially founded in 1781 and deemed the most diverse city in the United States in 2015. We are a melting pot of cultures and architectural styles which were mostly defined by the periods in which they were built. Victorian, Craftsman, Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival. English Tudor & Mediterranean. Art Deco, Post & Beam, Modern and Mid-Century Modern are some of the more popular architectural styles.
Some of the standout Architectural Properties that I have had the privilege of representing are Gerard Colcord, John Byers, A. Quincy Jones, Charles Dubouis, Roland Tso, Allen Siple, I.M. Pei, Jeffrey Eyster & Richard MaGee among others.
Whatever you’re taste, you’re bound to find something you’ll love as we certainly have some of the finest examples of historic and interesting architecture found anywhere. I would love to help you find the architectural home of your dreams! In the meantime, I hope that you will find these blogs interesting and informative.
One of the most notable architectural periods in Los Angeles derived in the 1960s from mid century modern design. Made famous by architects such as A. Quincy Jones, Richard Neutra, Charles Eames and others, case study homes were experiments in American residential architecture
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Los Angeles is home to a variety of eclectic architectural style homes, vibrant neighborhoods and unique hidden gems. One of the city’s most distinctive neighborhoods, Angelino Heights, showcases three of the most historical styles of homes: Victorian, Turn of the Century and Revival. Read More
Los Angeles County is widely known for being an architecture lover's paradise. Nowhere else in the country will you find a wide array of styles that coincide with the passing of time and history. It sure helps that the area is also home to some spectacular and notable works from various prominent architects.
But if you're pressed for time, Santa Monica is the perfect place to get a sample of the region's architectural diversity. Although it's only 16 square miles, this iconic coastal city plays host to a cornucopia of architectural designs. You'll find eye candy in every part of the city, from busy Ocean Avenue to the more residential neighborhoods. Read More