Posts by Philip Ferrato

Architect Rodney Ross recycled a 1957 Kemper Nomland ranch into a pool/guest house, and built a radical but respectful main house just behind.

A radical, Mid-Century riff on Japanese temple architecture that could only have occured in Marin County.

A c.1954 Modernist gem in Bel Air, beautifully rejuvenated and expanded by a Neutra expert.

Tucked into a very private site between in Noe Valley, this beautifully reinvented cottage evokes the romance of Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City”.

Thoughtful new construction, designed by Geoff Gibson of Winder Gibson Architects. Open this weekend and worth a look.

The perfect house for the basic under-40 billionaire, with a glorious, glass-bottomed pool that almost defies description.

With a nod to the mid-century Usonian houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, using materials the master could only dream of, in an incomparable setting.

Houses have personalities. This one’s a joy to be in.

Just in time for Palm Springs Modernism Week, E. Stewart Williams’ masterpiece comes on the market.

Live out your Post + Beam fantasies in this classic beauty.

Pages