June 2021
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Longtime Pasadena Home of Modernist Architect Harold J. Bissner Sells for $1.8M

Crafted in 1982 by noted Pasadena-born architect Harold J. Bissner Jr., this striking hillside structure served as the personal residence of the late architect and his wife Lela for some 40 years.
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Pasadena | Marston & Van Pelt, 1926 | The Arthur Bush Stevens House

Exceptionally located on Pasadena’s loveliest streets, this Spanish Revival estate features nearly ¾ landscaped acres with mature trees, a stunning rose garden, expansive lawns, vegetable garden and outdoor entertaining pavilion.
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Westwood | 1930 Spanish | Janss Development Company

Rare opportunity to purchase an authentic 1930 Spanish home in a prime neighborhood as well as a piece of original Westwood history.
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Mayor Garcetti Announces Findings of Civic Memory Working Group

The Civic Memory Working Group’s final report features 18 key recommendations for ways that Los Angeles can more accurately and appropriately commemorate triumphant and tragic moments in the City’s history.
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$2.6 Million Homes in Louisiana, California and Illinois

Craig Ellwood — a self-taught architectural designer who broke into the big leagues when he was commissioned to design three Case Study houses — completed this wood, steel and glass complex in Hollywood in 1953.
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Berlin, Germany | Am Tacheles Flat

An iconic residential building on a quiet side street, where the renowned architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron has used organic forms to reinterpret classic, Wilhelminian-style architecture. Welcome to the home of fine aesthetics.
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Arcadia | Updated Mid-Century Modern View Home

Located in the prestigious Highlands area, the spacious open floor plan of approximately 3,928 square feet consists of five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
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