At a young age, Michael Stern found a passion for architecture that led to his creation of The Modern Tour.
A group of architecture and design enthusiasts created a cultural phenomenon. In light of Modernism Week October’s 10th anniversary, some of them reflect on the event’s origins.
Palm Springs and other desert cities may seize the modernist spotlight, but experts say the architectural style first sprouted on the other end of the valley.
Artist Josh Agle, aka Shag, visited his namesake store in Palm Springs to celebrate the new print.
The Old Las Palmas property still features some of the late, legendary designer’s original furnishings.
Light and space art meets modern design at the William F. Cody family residence.
The new owners of this midcentury home went to great lengths to re-create its original look, sourcing original furnishings and touches.
A couple took cues from the architect’s documentary film to infuse the Spanish-style house with his modernist sensibilities.
Constructed on the cusp of two visually enticing decades, this home wraps authentic furnishings, vintage art, and family pieces in an edgy, era-inspired palette.
Built in 1947, this Palm Springs home tells the story of a transitional period in Coachella Valley architecture.