Houses that Architects Have Designed for Themselves

Houses that Architects Have Designed for Themselves

Gregory Han
Jan 4, 2008

Here's one for all your architectural buffs and list lovers: over at Lotta Livin', a site dedicated to "Googie, Atomic Age and Mid Century Modern Living", website host moderns-r-us began a thread dedicated to readers' favourite homes designed by the architect for the architect. Plenty of LA residences represented, including:

4) R. M. Schindler - studio and residence - W. Hollywood CA - 1922
5) Edward Killingsworth - Personal Residence - Long Beach, CA
7) Ray Kappe - Kappe Residence - Pacific Palisades, CA - 1968
10) A. Quincy Jones - Jones Residence 2 or Steel House 2 - Brentwood CA

A few more under the cut...

12) Rodney Walker - Walker Residence - Los Angeles,CA - 1951
13) Charles and Ray Eames - Eames House, Case Study House #8 - 1949
14) Robert W. Stevens - Stevens Home - Fresno, CA - 1957
16) Albert Frey - Frey House II - Palm Springs, CA - 1964
17) Richard Neutra - Studio and Residence
22) Thorton Ladd - Ladd Residence - Pasadena, California - 1949

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