MODERN BUNGALOW ARCHITECTURE IN LOS ANGELES



Silver Lake

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SILVER LAKE HOMES


1920

Canfield-Moreno Estate
How House
Sachs Apartment
Garbutt House
All buildings and structures
are sorted by year of
design or construction

1930

Wilson House
Rene Faron Residence
Walker Residence
Lipetz House
Islamic Revival
Koblick House
Skinner House
Ross House
Bubeshko Apartments
Meyers House
Daniels House
Becker House
Westby House
Rowe Residence
Falk Apartments

THE MODERN BUNGALOW

1940

Lautner House
Haven of Rest
Hopmans Residence
Sokol House
Avenel Cooperative Housing
Micheltorena Residence
Neutra Office

1950

O'Neill Apartments
Jacobson House
Silvertop
Ross House
Astro Famil y Restaurant
Single Famil y Residence
Fernwood Houses
Zeller House

1960

Akai House
Silver Lake Duplex
Research House

1970

Barton Choy Residence
Marylin Choy Residence

1980

Fernwood Avenue House
Maltman Avenue House

1990

Cynthia Ashford House
Larissa Drive
Kaplan Residence
Kiyohara Moffitt Homes
David Hyun House

2000

Lexton-MacCarthy Residence
Mark Spohn Residence
Campbell-Machado House
Fin House
Silver Lake Hills Home
Wong Residence
Southern Design Studio
Duane Street Residence
Park House
McDowell House

2005

Neubert House
Vidal Residence
Occidental Apartments
Sean Briski Residence
Gustavo Gubel Residence
Auburn Seven
Cafe Intelligentsia
Fin House
Silverlake Library
Swan Place
Warner Residence
Corralitas Drive
Stirton Residence

LOCATIONS

33% Grade Street
Craftsman House
Density Fields
Bungalows
Elevado de Castillo
Music Box Steps
Pho Cafe
Shakespeare Bridge
Silver Lake Reservoir
TIKI Land
West Olive Substation
Yakuza Lou

LINK

The Silver Lake News
Design Vidal
Design Vidal Blog

HISTORY

The architecture of Silver Lake developed hand-in-hand
with the film industry. Like a mighty wave, the creative
individuals captivated by the magic of Hollywood were
drawn by the thousands to Southern California to make
their mark
seeking employment but also needing a place
to call home.
The beautiful hillsides of Hollywood, Los Feliz and Silver
Lake were often the prefered locations for these early
pioneers. As Los Feliz and the Hollywood Hills became
too pricey, homebuyers and renters looked eastward
towards Silver Lake.
The same time, as new architectural styles were coming
into fashion, architects who were designing them found
greater acceptance for their often avante garde designs
in the cultural mix of Los Angeles.
As a result, the works of modernist pioneers Gregory Ain,
Rudolph Schindler, Raphael Soriano, John Lautner and
Richard Neutra are literally sprinkled throughout our hill-
sides.
Following their footsteps, a new generation of architects
has emerged: Gustavo Gubel, Sean Briski, John Southern,
Barbara Bestor, Ana Henton, and many more.
These images will help you appreciate our architectural
heritage and the new innovators that continue to interpret
and exemplify beautiful architectural design.
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right agent is your most important decision.
It can make all the difference in the world.
Whether you're planning on buying, selling or you just have
a question, call architectural specialists Jelmert & Locke
at 323-533 3161.






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