Private Residence - Do Not Disturb | Los Angeles Conservancy

Private Residence - Do Not Disturb

Photo by Michael Locke

Sowden House

The Sowden House with its distinctive entry and patterned concrete block facade was designed by noted architect Lloyd Wright.
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Spanner Residence

Completed in 1968, this two-story Rex Lotery-designed house is more explicitly vertical than many Modern designs, adapting to a comparatively small lot on a sloping hillside with an irregular plan and multiple levels.
Stone Canyon Residence
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Stone Canyon Residence

This home is a wonderful example of Richard Dorman’s work that reflects strong Mid-Century Modern design principles.
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The Maltman Bungalows

These seventeen homes retain many of their original features, including textured stucco exteriors, wood flooring, and built-in cabinetry.
The Poster Neutra apartments by Richard Neutra
Photo by Larry Underhill

The Poster Neutra

This rare example of multi-family housing designed by Richard Neutra received a Conservancy Preservation Award in 2007.
Photo by Michael Locke

Tierman House

A perfect example of a small house that facilitates large lives, Gregory Ain's Tierman House is an austere, warm house with an open central core.
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Tischler House

At once part of, and thrusting out from, its steep hilliside lot, this late Schindler design is beloved by its original owner and countless observers alike.

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