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Residential (All)

Photo by Trudi Sandmeier

Isherwood-Bachardy Residence

Renowned author Christopher Isherwood lived here with his partner Don Bachardy for the last thirty years of his life.
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Kallis House

A classic example of a Modern single-family house designed by R.M. Schindler, who took full advantage of the challenging site by integrating the building into the hillside.
Kappe House
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Kappe House

One of the most magnificent houses in Los Angeles and a true icon of Modern residential architecture, the Kappe house is one of the purest examples of regional architecture in L.A.
Kimpson Nixon House
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Kimpson Nixon House

A bastion of pure Modern design and a wonderfully intact example of renowned architect Raphael Soriano's International Style residential designs.
Koenig House #2
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Koenig House #2

The second Mid-Century Modern home Koenig designed for himself and his wife Gloria, reflecting his personal philosophy that industrial methods and materials could be used to produce inexpensive, distinctive, and environmentally friendly homes.
Photo by Roger Davies

Kronish House

One of only three Richard Neutra designs ever built in Beverly Hills, the Kronish House is reportedly Neutra's largest residential commission in North America.
Photo by Michael Locke

Kubly House

Sitting in an old eucalyptus grove, the giant trees providing privacy for the transparent house, this post-and-beam residence is a spare, horizontal box that is lifted pavilion-like off the ground.
Laurelwood Apartments
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Laurelwood Apartments

One of the finest Modern expressions of the ubiquitous courtyard apartment complex to be found anywhere in Southern California, Laurelwood Apartments is an International Style complex that contains 20 two-bedroom units on a narrow lot.
Lautner House
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Lautner House

The architect responsible for some of the most famous Southern California designs of the twentieth century is less well known for his very first solo design, the house he built for himself and his wife.

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