A prodigal daughter returns to Palm Springs to make new memories in an old ranch-style house with renovation help from Hundred Mile House.
Authentic period furnishings, art, and objects at the Cree House in Cathedral City reflect architect Albert Frey’s original 1950s design.
Two homes designed by Albert Frey open during Modernism Week illustrate his penchant for simplicity, efficiency, and communing with nature.
Innovators across industries, like Desert X founder Susan Davis, view the desert as where inspiration flourishes and ideas come to life.
Modernism Week Fall Preview is closing fast and architecture buffs can still find openings for tours of Frey House II to a classic car show.
While in downtown Palm Springs, you may catch a glimpse of the Aluminaire House being constructed. Make that reconstructed.
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.
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