The House of Tomorrow rehab, open for tours during Modernism Week October, comes from a deft collaboration that includes a documentary film.
The Man for the Job
When the Alexanders set their sights on building what would become "The House of Tomorrow" in 1960, they knew William Krisel was the architect to hire.
When the Alexanders set their sights on building “The House of Tomorrow” in 1960, they knew William Krisel was the architect for the job.
Frank’s Kind of Town
Even musicians can’t resist the siren song of the Southern California desert.
Palm Springs’ music history started when the Cahuilla Indians settled the area 5,000+ years ago, followed by celebs like Frank Sinatra.
Lasting Impression: House of Tomorrow
After six years on the market, the former Elvis Presley Honeymoon Hideaway was recently purchased for $2.6 million by a buyer who plans to fully restore the property to its 1960s roots.
The former Elvis Presley Honeymoon Hideaway in Palm Springs was recently purchased by a buyer who plans to restore the 1960s property.
The House Where Elvis Lived
It was only for a year, but the Palm Springs home, known as the "House of Tomorrow, has been sold, and now an assortment of Elvis memorabilia will be auctioned.
Following the sale of the iconic “House of Tomorrow” home in Palm Springs, an assortment of Elvis Presley memorabilia will be auctioned.
All Shook Up
Liberace helped Elvis feel at home on stage and in Palm Springs, where they were friends and neighbors.
Liberace helped Elvis feel at home on stage by advising he add more “glitz” to his performance, and the duo became friends and neighbors in Palm Springs.