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1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Homes by this architect don’t come up often, so savour this 1970s Ed Dreier-designed modernist property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Actually, we should refer to it as midcentury modern, which is pretty much the look and feel here. It just seems a little late for that era, having been constructed in 1976. Anyway, […]

California architecture students design shelters for LA’s growing homeless population

Students at the University of Southern California’s School of Architecture have conceived a series of shelters for homeless people, ranging from a shopping cart converted into a tent structure to a tiny house made of scavenged material. Read more

Hillside modernism: 1960s Richard Neutra-designed modernist property in Sherman Oaks, California, USA

It doesn’t get much more dramatic than this 1960s Richard Neutra-designed modernist property in Sherman Oaks, California, USA. This place has even hanging off the side of the Sherman Oaks hills for over 50 years. So we can only presume that despite the precarious positioning, this house is as safe and as solid as any […]

Celebrity modernism: 1950s John Porter Clark-designed property in Palm Springs, California, USA

If you want to live in a place once owned by Hollywood royalty, then look no further then this 1950s John Porter Clark-designed property in Palm Springs, California, USA. Built back in 1956, this building has been home to the likes of William Holden, Stephanie Powers, Audrey Hepburn and Tippi Hedren in the past. That […]