Architecture Spotlight: John Lautner’s Silvertop House

It’s not every day that an architectural masterwork hits the market. John Lautner’s Reiner-Burchill Residence is up for grabs for the first time in 40 years and in honor of the occasion, we’d like to spotlight the sheer structural genius of this gorgeous home. Behold…. Silvertop:

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By |August 27th, 2014| Comment

Magnificent Architectural Photography by Pedro E. Guerrero

Architecture in and of itself is an admirable vocation, but it is photography that makes its greatness known to the world. Julius Shulman, of course, has received much acclaim for his architectural photography, but many other magnificent photographers have not received the same deserved recognition for work in the fields of art and architecture. One such photographer is Pedro E. Guerrero, whose photography immortalized the work of greats such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Alexander Calder. Here is a small fraction of his breathtaking portfolio.


Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1952.

With Andrea

Alexander Calder with grandchild Andrea, 1970s.

Talisian by Guerrero

Taliesin West by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1940.


Yale Hockey Rink by Eero Saarinen, 1958.


Luthold House by Allen Gelbin, 1966.


Sturges House by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1947. 


United Church of Rowayton by Joseph Salerno, 1962.


United Church of Rowayton by Joseph Salerno, 1962.


Robert Llewellyn Wright House by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1958.

Icicle Architecture

Talisien East by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1932.

Frank Lloyd's Wright

Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1953.


Portrait of Alexander Calder, 1963.


Alexander Calder in his studio, 1963.


Phillip’s Johnson’s Glass House, 1949.

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By |August 26th, 2014| Comment

Inspire Me Monday: Modernist Doghouses for Your Modern Home

Think beautiful architecture is only for humans? We think not; every modern home deserves a modern accompaniment for Fido, after all. If you love your furry friends, take a look at some of these ultra-cool architectural doghouses below. And if you don’t yet have a furry friend to build a modern home for, find one here.

Frank-Lloyd-Wright-Dog-house-640x504 Doghouse by Frank Lloyd Wright, designed for Jim Berger in 1956. Photo courtesy of Take Sunset.


The Cube by Meset Shop. Photo courtesy of Meset Shop.


Atelier Bow Wow by the Kenya Hara Design Institute. Photo courtesy of Architecture for Dogs.


Chalet by FORMA Italia. Photo courtesy of Gibralter Furniture.

Chalet by FORMA Italia. Photo courtesy of Gibralter Furniture.


urban Doghouse by Brian Pickard. Photo courtesy of Dogitechture.

Triangle Doghouse

Doghouse by Productora. Photo courtesy of Dogitechture.


Eric Lloyd Wright Doghouse. Photo courtesy of Kudzu.


 Eco-Doghouse by Matthew Coates. Photo courtesy of Urban Gardens.


Earthquake-Proof Doghouse by Kimidori Housing. Photo courtesy of Urban Gardens.

By |August 25th, 2014| Comment

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