By Philip Ferrato Where: 835 Linda Vista Avenue, Pasadena Asking: $5,000,000 What: A 4-bed, 6-bath compound on a deep lot near the Rose Bowl where architect Rodney Ross reinvented a 1957 vintage ranch by Kemper Nomland as pool/guest house– and built a radically new but respectful structure just beyond. To read the full article visit their website here.
By Jack Flemming A minimalist-style house that was built in 1947 as part of the Case Study program has sold in Pasadena for $2.96 million. The final price tag is $30,000 shy of when it originally listed for sale in September. Designed by father-and-son duo Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland Jr., the horizontal home parallels… Keep reading →
By Jack Flemming As millions of soldiers returned home from World War II, the nation faced a housing shortage. In response to the pinch, Los Angeles-based Arts and Architecture magazine designed and commissioned 36 experimental houses to showcase innovative and inexpensive architecture techniques. The group of homes, designed by notable architects such as Richard Neutra… Keep reading →
By Philip Ferrato Where: 771 South San Rafael Avenue, Pasadena Asking: $2,990,000 What: It could be called a member of a very exclusive club. This Case Study House by the father/son architectural team of Kemper Noland and Kemper Noland, Jr was built in 1947 under the auspices of Arts and Architecture Magazine as a way of promoting modernism… Keep reading →
By Natalie Hoberman Architecture fanatics have a new reason to move to Pasadena. The famous Case Study House No. 10 on San Rafael Avenue has hit the market for $2.99 million, Curbed reported. The 1947 Pasadena home was part of Arts and Architecture Magazine’s famous case study program, which featured experiments in residential architecture and… Keep reading →