Albert Frey came to Palm Springs to design a building for the brother of architect A. Lawrence Kocher. The building today is a Class I Historic site.
For 100 years and counting, big thinkers like Nellie Coffman and her Desert Inn have come to the desert to innovate and transform the way we live.
Palm Springs’ American Legion Post No. 519, a midcentury modern treasure, is coming out of hiding during Modernism Week Fall Preview in October.
The inaugural Architecture and Design Film Series will present a lineup of architecture and design-centric films during Modernism Week in Palm Springs.
Trina Turk and Jonathan Skow (Mr. Turk) hosted a celebration marking the collaboration between internationally known and collected artist Jim Isermann, a Palm Springs resident, and Placewares, a design house and shop celebrating its 40th birthday next year and owned by longtime friends (and former Palm Springs neighbors), Kevin Lane and Shev Rush. The reception included catering by F10 and
Many years ago when I was living in New York, I read a story in a magazine about an octogenarian architect residing in Palm Springs. I don’t recall the magazine or the theme of the story. What I recall most vividly are the photos of this nearly 90-year-old gentleman practicing yoga in his ultracool, hillside home. At the time, all
When The Monkey Tree Hotel opened back in 1960, its original rack rate card was designed with the classic midcentury color combination of yellow and teal. Coincidentally, that exact color scheme played a prominent role in the renovation undertaken in 2016 by the property’s current owners, Gary and Kathy Friedle. The pool area has yellow umbrellas and the existing furniture