The Architecture of Los Feliz, a set on Flickr.
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Himrod House "Casa Romantica", Paul R. Williams, Architect 1928. Williams designed the Spanish Revival style house for William Himrod, an attorney, his wife Ada and their two children, Robert and Dorothy in 1928. Located at 4100 Dundee Drive in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Captain Harry M. Rubey Residence, H.H. Whitely Architect 1920, a photo by Michael Locke on Flickr.
Architect Henry Harwood Whiteley designed the Spanish Revival style residence for Captain Harry M. Rubey in 1920. Actress Kaen Black lived here in the 1980s. Located at 2400 N. Commonwealth Avenue in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Via@designmilk, Techentin Buckingham Architecture 2008, a photo by Michael Locke on Flickr.
The AIA/Los Feliz Home Tour of 2008 provided the opportunity to visit this recent addition to the architectural heritage of Los Feliz. Via @designmilk, a house in Los Feliz, California built on the foundation of a pre-existing home. "The spatial relationships between the rooms helps induce and orchestrate air flows, while concurrently organizing the display and conservation of an art collection." The house is located on the northwest corner of Edgemont Street and Ambrose Avenue.
Colonial Revival residence c.1914. The formal, columned porch, eyebrow arch in the roof line and symmetrical composition add a sense of great dignity. Located at 1829 N. Kenmore Avenue in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The stylish residence of celebrity lawyer Johnnie Cochran, best known for his role in the defense and acquittal of O. J. Simpson for the alleged murder of his former wife Nicole Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. Cochran also represented Michael Jackson, rapper Tupac Shakur, actor Todd Bridges, football player Jim Brown, rapper Snoop Dogg, former heavyweight Champion Riddick Bowe, He also represented athlete Marion Jones when she faced charges of doping during her high school track career. Cochran was known for his skill in the courtroom and his prominence as an early advocate for victims of police brutality. Located at 2373 N. Hobart Blvd. in the Los Feliz Oaks district of Los Angeles.
Yesterday, my wife Donna and I went on our usual afternoon walk around the neighborhood. Our destination was the LOS FELIZ ESTATES, developed by Harlan Lee and Associates in the mid 1960s . The homes in the area reflect the architecture of the times, for the most part single story, south-facing homes designed to take particular advantage of the panoramic views of the city. In the mix I found a few spectacular homes like this one. Note the many tall windows and dramatic roof line.
Buff & Hensman associate Architect Roger designed the classic post-and-beam house for his mother in 1968. The architect drew on Asian traditions and his training at the University of Southern California School of Architecture. Located at 5146 West Los Franciscos in the Los Feliz Estates neighborhood of Los Angeles.