Authentic period furnishings, art, and objects at the Cree House in Cathedral City reflect architect Albert Frey’s original 1950s design.
Already on the National Register of Historic Places, the home architect Donald Wexler built for his family adds Class 1 historic status.
While several synagogues across the country carry the name Temple Isaiah, the one in Palm Springs stands out as an architectural marvel.
The architecture of William F. Cody introduced a fresh way of life and leisure, signaling new possibilities for this stunning environment.
Two homes designed by Albert Frey illustrate his penchant for simplicity, efficiency, and communing with nature.
Photographer Buddy Carr formed an appreciation for midcentury architecture as a youth, and captures it every time he comes to Palm Springs.
Getting to know designer Albert Belden Crist was an effortless journey through the well-preserved lines of a 1957 home in Palm Springs.
Palm Springs drag performer Rosemary Galore shares her top 3 ways to enjoy everything Greater Palm Springs has to offer.
Innovators across industries, like Desert X founder Susan Davis, view the desert as where inspiration flourishes and ideas come to life.
As the latest James Bond film hits theaters, designer Christopher Kennedy debuts a Palm Springs home with a “James Bond Villain Lair” theme.