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Finding Schindler

By the time architect Steven Ehrlich stumbled on the forgotten house by the midcentury master in Inglewood, it seemed almost beyond saving. But with some expert attention, the modernist haven is now the much-loved home of Ehrlich’s daughter and her family Read more...

Loft Love

Two neighborhoods. Three spaces. A trio of owners is happily making something old new again Read more...

Beach Beauties: Malibu

From the beginning the house had to accomplish three things: drink in as much of the ocean environment as possible, have large walls on which to display art, and include a special chamber in which the owner could listen to his 25,000-record collection Read more...

Beach Beauties: Manhattan Beach

The joke is that the owner, who had been living on the property for ten years, just wanted a walk-in pantry and heated floors when he approached KAA Design Group in 2006. Read more...

All the Presidents’ Man

A GOP strategist assembles a shrine to his heroes in Brentwood. You’re in for a few surprises Read more...

The Castle on the Hill

It was one of the largest Craftsman homes ever built—and 100 years ahead of its time in eco sensitivity. For 25 years its owner has painstakingly restored more than 13,000 square feet of artisanship Read more...

Prime Finds: Creature Comforts

The menagerie moves indoors with kitschy kitchen accessories and high-end pottery Read more...

The Eagle Has Landed

In its second life as a home, a high-flying Boeing 747 comes down to earth in the mountains overlooking Malibu. Read more...

Affairs of Estate

Three exclusive communities— conceived as oases in a teeming city—welcome a new generation Read more...

The Outdoor Room Grows Up

Three exclusive communities— conceived as oases in a teeming city—welcome a new generation Read more...
 
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