Posts by Philip Ferrato

Architect Edward H. Fickett was one of LA’s Mid-century greats. New to the market, this lovely house exemplifies all the optimism of the period. Open on Sunday, May 3, from 2:00p to 4:00pm.

A superb balancing of simplicity and luxury in a house designed and built by the eminent Santa Monica architects. Open on Sunday, April 19 from 2:00pm-5:00pm.

Los Angeles architects have opened their homes to the public in a series of tours under the auspices of the AIA LA. Up this Sunday, April 19– Michael Rachlin of Rachlin Partners.

A huge and varied sale of garden statuary and furniture is being held this week just outside of London. We’ve chosen some standout lots from the online catalogue.

Behind a fully mature garden and a Spanish Bungalow beats the heart of a house remade for artists. Open on Sunday, April 12 from 2:00pm-5:00pm.

The Los Angeles design firm of Blackman Cruz has curated an amazing collection for this very special sale at Wright in Chicago. Preview it in Los Angeles until April 21.

This incredible private resort took five years to lovingly design, develop, and furnish. You get to just move right in.

A Pierre Koenig house designed in 1966, substantially and sympathetically expanded in 2011, is on the market.

Built for a Mid-Western industrialist in 1916, this house by Marston + Van Pelt still retains its original grandeur.

A benefit auction for the Fire Island Arts Residency, the first LGBT program of its kind, was underway online when a fire destroyed the organization’s summer quarters in the legendary town of Cherry Grove. The sale has been expanded and extended to April 8.