Beautiful residential architecture in Los Angeles is no secret. From Richard Neutra, Rodney Walker, and John Lautner, mid-century modern is well represented. But we have fallen in love with Charle’s and Henry Greene’s Gamble House.
Built in 1908, it is a pristine example of the Arts and Crafts style architecture. Located in Pasadena, CA, the Gamble House was lovingly restored in 2003 and now offers regular public tours Thursday through Sunday.
Check out their informative website for details on the history, events, and restoration.
photo: Alex Vertikoff
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