Discover Architecturally Significant Homes in Los Angeles
Are you a fan of architecture and design? Do you want to explore the iconic homes that have shaped the city of Los Angeles? Look no further than our guided tours of architecturally significant homes in LA.
One of the most famous homes on our tour is The Stahl House, designed by Pierre Koenig. This modernist masterpiece is perched atop a hillside with stunning views of the city below. You'll be able to step inside and experience the sleek lines and minimalist design that have made this home an icon of mid-century modern architecture.
But The Stahl House is just one of many incredible homes on our tour. You'll also get to visit:
The Eames House
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, this home is a celebration of creativity and innovation. From its colorful exterior panels to its eclectic collection of furniture, every inch of this house is a work of art.
Frank Lloyd Wright's first project in Los Angeles, this home features his signature style with intricate geometric patterns and natural materials like concrete and wood.
Designed by Rudolph Schindler, this house was built as an experiment in communal living. Its open floor plan and indoor-outdoor spaces make it a perfect example of Southern California living.
Neutra VDL Studio and Residences:
Richard Neutra's own home and studio, this property showcases his love for simplicity, functionality, and connection to nature.