LA Times Round-up

LA Times Round-up

Oct 14, 2005

  • HOLLYWOOD REMAKE - Two longtime devotees of iconic interior designer William Haines are preserving his glamour-soaked Regency style that still defines much of Los Angeles.

  • Knocking on the mayor's door - We may finally have a Mayor that has moved in to Getty House — the official L.A. mayor's residence, but you wouldn't know it from the "only for show" vibe inside.

  • Finding his own Fantasyland - The current owner of Fred Joerger's Lakeview Terrace home gets a landscaped garden created by a Disney theme-park mastermind.

  • A rare window into two Modernists' art - On Saturday, five of the houses by architects Conrad Buff III and Donald C. Hensmanwill will be open to the public, offering a rare chance to appreciate the duo's ambitious yet economical spin on Southern California Modernism.

  • Man of the House: Why they call it the heartland - So sweet! Oh to be a Pop with a boy.

  • Solar homes fueled by brain power - Teams from 18 colleges vie to create stylish, energy-efficient homes in a U.S. competition.(Entry shown: University of Maryland)
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