You don’t need to look like Don Draper or Joan Holloway to attend Modernism Week Fall Preview parties, but it’s becoming all the rage.
A restored Little Tuscany mansion once owned by George and Rosalie Hearst, San Simeonita is a midcentury masterpiece in Palm Springs.
This Charles Dubois-designed, Palm Springs home has been renovated and restored to its original floor plan and design aesthetic.
The tale of the Miles C. Bates House in Palm Desert, is at once precedent-setting, inspiring, and a heralded win for preservationists.
Although Paul Revere Williams carved out a prolific career, his rightful place among great U.S. architects did not come during his lifetime.
Hope Springs Resort is also an enclave of great architecture: large overhangs, zigzag roof lines, and a sunken conversation pit in the lobby in Desert Hot Springs.
Herbert W. Burns’ 1955 Village Manor Inn was reinvented in 2001 as the Orbit In, starting an architectural preservation revolution in Palm Springs.
Fans of Albert Frey are ecstatic in the desert community about the pending move of Aluminaire House permanently to Palm Springs, where it will complete the arc of the architect’s work.
An example of Palm Springs architecture designed more than 70 years ago by John Porter Clark and Albert Frey is hidden as a smart contemporary office building.
Jackie Thomas and DeeAnn McCoy, the duo behind Thomboy Properties, are stirring up the home renovation landscape in Palm Springs.