Imposing architecture shows a forward face based on timeless concepts engineered by architect Lance O’Donnell at Eldorado Country Club.
Villa de las Palmas residents share how the Palm Springs condo property has created a sense of community since its inception in 1962.
When the Alexanders set their sights on building “The House of Tomorrow” in 1960, they knew William Krisel was the architect for the job.
Palm Springs Modern Committee’s Annual Preservation Awards recipients show there is more than one way to honor great architectural bones.
Palm Springs offers guided and self-guided tours featuring the work of midcentury modern architecture legends and those who lived there.
A prodigal daughter returns to Palm Springs to make new memories in an old ranch-style house with renovation help from Hundred Mile House.
PS ModCom honors Greater Palm Springs high school grads who will continue their educational journey toward careers in architecture field.
The first home constructed in Southridge pioneered the upscale gated enclave — and its rejuvenation from its 1960s roots in Palm Springs.
The City of Palm Springs Historic Site Preservation Board ‘s annual preservation symposium focuses on historical and architectural diversity.
Authentic period furnishings, art, and objects at the Cree House in Cathedral City reflect architect Albert Frey’s original 1950s design.