Pierre Koenig’s Wilheim House in Los Angeles

The T-shaped residence combines Koenig’s trademark steel-and-glass construction with warm wooden accents, which were unexpected for the Case Study architect at the time. Call this a case study in warm, wood-ensconced modernism from an architect known for working with steel or perhaps an example of relatively modest postwar housing from a man whose work has… Keep reading

Pierre Koenig’s Wilheim House Asks $2.9M in Los Angeles

By Brian Libby Call this a case study in warm, wood-ensconced modernism from an architect known for working with steel or perhaps an example of relatively modest postwar housing from a man whose work has long been associated with Hollywood glamour. In the Crestwood Hills enclave of Brentwood, Los Angeles, known for its high concentration… Keep reading

The Perfect Eichler Time Capsule, $790K

By Philip Ferrato Where: 17122 Nanette Street, Granada Hills Asking: $789,900 What: Designed by Jones & Emmons for Joseph Eichler’s ground-breaking 1964 Balboa Highlands development, this 5-bed, 2-bath classic was purchased fifty-two years ago by a pair of steadfast Modernist owners– Frances and Larry– a couple who have done an extraordinary job of maintaining the… Keep reading