The mid-century modernism movement took hold of Los Angeles like no other place in the United States. Houses were made translucent, the focus shifted from the street to the backyard. Abbye Churchill takes us into a Californian garden that creates seamless transitions between environments. A tranquil, yet wild nature in the heart of a thumping city.
This remodel of a mid century gem has been featured on the cover of the Boston Globe Magazine. The house was designed to incorporate the rural vibe of Lincoln with spectacular exposed wooden beams and deep overhangs.
Nothing quite says LA like mid-century modern architecture. Breaking news: some of these homes could actually be yours for the night. To make it easier for you to choose your next holiday home, we’ve gathered all of our favourites.