Collection by Heather Corcoran

A Midcentury Modern Architecture Lover's Travel Guide to Los Angeles

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Design lovers with wanderlust will find inspiration in the new book "Mid-Century Modern Architecture Travel Guide: West Coast USA," out October 24, 2016 from Phaidon. The 376-page tome travels from the Pacific Northwest to San Diego, stopping at 254 of the West Coast's most famous modern buildings. Here, a few favorites from Los Angeles. phaidon.com/mid...

Chemosphere 7776 Torreyson Drive, Los Angeles Cantilevered over the edge of a steep slope in the Hollywood Hills,...
Schindler House 835 North Kings Road, West Hollywood With its ample glazing and indoor/outdoor flow, Rudolf...
Sheats Goldstein House 10104 Angelo View Drive, Los Angeles John Lautner's concrete masterpiece is one of the most...
Cinerama Dome 6360 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles Reaching a height of 70 feet, the Cinerama movie theater in...
In the middle of the 20th century, European modernism found a uniquely American expression in the roughhewn topography...
Ennis House 2607 Glendower Avenue, Los Feliz, Los Angeles Inspired by Mesoamerican temples, the 1924 Ennis House is...
LAX Theme Building 209 World Way, Westchester Pereira and Luckman's 1961 design for the Los Angeles International...
Norms 470–478 North La Cienega Boulvard, Los Angeles Designed by Armet & Davis in 1957, Norms is one of the most...
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