The stone, glass, and copper cliff-climber is a Hollywood Hills homage to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.
Built in 1950, the unconventional home features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, beamed ceilings, and an upper-level terrace with wraparound Valley views.
The midcentury modern has been restored "with the guidance" of Lautner associate Helena Arahuete.
The Hollywood Hills midcentury modern features concrete floors, redwood-beamed ceilings, and spectacular valley vistas.
The ultimate midcentury look but with improved technology.
This striking modern was built in 1951 and features skylights, copious walls of glass, and vaulted beamed ceilings.
The delightful, avant garde Malibu Colony house was on and off the market for years.
Best of all, it includes recently discovered architectural drawings by John Lautner of a planned alteration to the property.
The volcano-inspired dwelling appeared on the market a few years ago asking an astonishing $50,000,000, but only just sold for $13 million. The home was built for Hope and his wife Dolores in 1979.
Siip on a pair of those sexy blue booties! This fall's tour offers up-close looks at nine notable homes in Silver Lake, Echo Park, and Mt. Washington designed by John Lautner, Harwell Hamilton Harris, RM Schindler, Gregory Ain, and James DeLong
One of Palm Springs' best-known Modernist houses, the Elrod House, finally finds a buyer. An indoor-outdoor pool flows into the hillside house's living room, where the ceiling is a concrete dome connected to walls of retractable curved glass.
The Palm Springs Modernist masterpiece is back for $3.4 million less than its last list price. The house has a circular living room and fame for its role in the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever.