Architectural Homes in West Hollywood

This weekend marks the kickoff of Modernism Week, Palm Springs’annual celebration of all things midcentury modern, according to a New York Times article. 
One of the highlights is “Steel and Shade: The Architecture of Donald Wexler,” an exhibition at the Palm Springs Art Museum.


825 N. Kings Road
Fred Henry, manager of Rodeo Realty’s Sunset Strip office, noted that if you’re staying in Los Angeles, we have our own architectural properties on display in West Hollywood. They are open during the weekend from 1:00 to 4:00.
John Galich Group has 825 N. Kings Road, #17. Visit:
The property,  by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, won the 2008 AIA National Housing Award.

825 N. Kings Road kitchen

The building was designed to complement the renowned Schindler House next door. Interlocking lime-green and Redwood volumes blend light, materials and color to create the sculptural façade and expansive courtyard.

The rear upper unit offers views, light and wonderful features including Boffi kitchen with Miele & Viking appliances. It has dark hardwood floors, flat screens and is wired for music throughout. It’s one of the best buildings in West Hollywood.

1400 Hayworth Ave.

Peter Schwartz and Jonathan Fritts’ have 1400 N. Hayworth Ave:
Located in an architecturally significant mid-century “lanai” building, the top-floor corner unit has a true foyer that leads into a living room with dramatic soaring ceilings, wood floors, and large double-height windows.

1400 Hayworth Ave. interior

The kitchen has been smartly renovated with maple cabinets, granite counters, great appliances. The bedroom is spacious with beamed ceilings.
The complex has a large pool in the center courtyard. It’s the heart of West Hollywood, with all the amenities of the city and the Sunset Strip in immediate proximity.