Since its opening in the late 1960s, the Palm Springs International Airport now spreads over 940 acres and contains two runways.
While several synagogues across the country carry the name Temple Isaiah, the one in Palm Springs stands out as an architectural marvel.
Innovators across industries, like Desert X founder Susan Davis, view the desert as where inspiration flourishes and ideas come to life.
After decades of designing for others, Palm Springs artist Gary Wexler has untethered himself from his Mac and creating his own art.
Designed in 1954 by Donald Wexler and Richard Harrison, the Kirk Douglas Residence sits on three-quarters of an acre in Palm Springs’ storied Old Las Palmas neighborhood. PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAN CHAVKIN Michael Budman was thumbing through the day’s edition of New York Post when he learned of the sale. “Own Kirk Douglas’ former Palm Springs pad for $3.4M,” the Page
Architect Donald Wexler designed the steel homes composed primarily of glass, steel, and concrete — materials relatively impervious to the Palm Springs’ destructive elements.