Posts by Philip Ferrato
Pierre Koenig’s Case Study House #21 astonished people when it was first built in 1958. Impeccably restored in the ‘90s, the once-private house is now a gallery dedicated to the finest in Korean contemporary design. Still full of surprises and definitely worth a visit.
Years in the making, this stunning 5-bed, 5.5-bath house was created with both family life and large-scale entertaining in mind. Open Sunday, May 17 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
We love the remodel on this late-1940s classic, especially the kitchen and baths. Open on Sunday, May 10 from 2:00pm-5:00pm. Bring your mother.
The specialist real estate and consulting firm has organized a self-driven, self-paced tour of architecturally significant homes on the Peninsula. We can’t think of a better way to spend Saturday, May 16.
The London-based jeweler/collector/filmmaker/taste maker puts together a collection for the online auction house.
No matter how much the ACA has achieved, there are people in the LA area without health care. The Venice Family Clinic helps close the gap. You can help, too– and buy art- in this online sale that begins today.
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.