A groundswell of appreciation for TV set designer-turned-architect James H. McNaughton sheds light on his extraordinary work in Palm Springs.
Architect Steven Ehrlich created a simple and airy Ridge Mountain House that disappears in, and opens to, the San Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs.
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.
A vintage Palm Springs home built by the Alexander Construction Company in Vista Las Palmas has come on the market for the first time in over 40 years.
This restored William F. Cody-designed 1961 home will receive landmark designation by the Indian Wells Historic Preservation Foundation.
The California Preservation Foundation will recognize Kaptur Plaza in Palm Springs with its Preservation Design Award for Restoration in October.
This edition of Desert Dreamers focuses on the Palm Springs architects whose works continue to awe and inspire, and continues to add new members thanks to a resurgent interest in modernism over the last two decades.
There is little remarkable about an established interior designer buying an architecturally significant home. It happens all the time. In this case, however, we’re talking about Atlanta-based Bill Stewart, who in 2016 purchased a Old Las Palmas estate and teed up a seven-month renovation. He added subtle, modern updates to the 1964 structure. Original plans by Albert Frey and Robson
During the 1950s and ’60s, South Palm Canyon between Baristo Road and Ramon Road was referred to as the “financial row” of Palm Springs because it was populated by so many financial institutions. Three of the bank buildings in the area were designed by the renowned local architect E. Stewart Williams: Santa Fe Federal Savings and Loan (now the Palm