An Amazing outlook on Modern Los Angeles Architectural Design, very much in particular if interested in mid century architecture. It is suggested to make time to drive through various neighborhoods in both the LA basin and the Valley to see housing tracts build by famous architects in the 1950s and 1960s, and only be able to dream over the ones that are up for sale. Although, they haven’t been updated in a few decades and more than likely still have all original furnishing. If able to attend a fantastic estate sales at any of those types of homes, do so, that is sometimes the only way that you can get an insight at the able lifestyle to maintain such an amazing piece of history. Anyone is able to experience an MCM architectural tour, make sure to get reservations.
Here are four of the must see modern house tours in LA.
The Eames House
Taking a tour of Modern Los Angeles Architectural Design in Pacific Palisades is easy to do with a simple reservation. Open practically every day with the exception of Wednesdays, Sundays and holidays. Very much fun to explore, but if wanting to get a better sense of the Eames’ property, a private tour for 1-4 people is available.
The Stahl House
This LA icon of Modern Los Angeles Architectural Design appears in all architecture magazines to fashion magazines, even making more than a scene or two in Hollywood movies. Film and pictures don’t do it justice on how breathtaking it truly is. With advance reservations, tours are offered several days a week. Please take note that parking is limited, the best rates available are if you carpool. They tend to have tours in the late afternoon, reason behind this is so you take in the impressive sunset views that the house has.
The Neutra VDL Studio and Residences
This impressive Modern Los Angeles Architectural Design was built in 1932 by architect Richard Neutra, the building clearly features the mid century innovative creativity of bringing the outside in. This was intended to show that a few designs were used in high end architectural projects, this type of Modern Los Angeles Architectural Design would be less affluent for clients. This allowed to create homes that would provide affordable housing but also offer enough comfort and privacy. The tour is given by Cal Poly Pomona students Saturdays, with a few holiday closures, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm and there’s no need for an appointment.
The Schindler House
This amazing piece of history of Modern Los Angeles Architectural Design is located in West Hollywood, California. The Schindler House was built in 1922 by Rudolph M. Schindler. This infrastructure has served as a center for both art and architecture. The house was designed as a live work space to house two couples with the addition of one guest apartment. It clearly captures the modernist spirit of simplicity with its openness in its layout. The house is open Wednesdays through Sundays, with free admission on late Friday afternoons.
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