The Art & Design of the HollyHock House

This week, we tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House – the first house he designed in Los Angeles. Built in the early 1920’s for bohemian oil heiress Aline Barnsdall, this stunning house reopened to the public in 2015 after a five-year restoration.

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Schindler’s Early Masterpiece: The James Eads How House in Silver Lake, $2.5M

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By Philip Ferrato

Where: 2422 Silver Ridge Avenue, Silver Lake
Asking: $2,500,000
What: One of Los Angeles’ most important surviving Modernist houses, Rudolf Schindler built this powerful composition of interlocking spaces for railroad heir James Eads How in 1925. Created from redwood beams, poured concrete, stucco and delicate window frames with mitered glass corners, the property was meticulously restored in the mid-2000s by LA’s serial architecture collector/restorer Michael LaFetra.

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