By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo This beautiful midcentury also happens to be the childhood home of Issa Rae. Designed by residential architect Charles Wong in 1962, the post-and-beam Yuen Residence is an example of the burgeoning postwar influx of Japanese-inspired design in Southern California. The home’s elegant, minimalist interiors blend a distinctive Japanese aesthetic with classic… Keep reading →
By Elijah Chiland Fronted by tall maple trees, this spectacular midcentury modern home in View Park was built in 1962 and appears to have been lovingly maintained in the years since then. The house was designed by accomplished residential architect Charles Wong, one of many modernists who incorporated Japanese-style details into the minimalistic post and… Keep reading →
By Pauline O’Connor You’ll find this head-turner within the historic enclave of View Park. Built in 1930, the Spanish-style residence was originally a two-bedroom, two-bath measuring approximately 2,700 square feet; however, per its listing, the home has been reworked and expanded by its current owner and now contains four bedrooms and three baths within 3,551 square feet…. Keep reading →
The View Park Conservancy, led by deasy penner podley agent Benjamin Kahle, was just awarded the LA Conservancy 2017 Preservation award for excellence in Historic Preservation. For more information about the project, please visit LAConservancy.org.
By Bianca Barragan Tucked away in View Park—the newly designated historic district once known as “the black Beverly Hills”—this single-story home designed by acclaimed architect Paul Williams looks like the best piece in a high-end vintage shop. Commissioned by a local “power couple” Peter and Dr. Verna Dauterive, according to the listing copy, the house… Keep reading →