Below is a look at some of the media coverage The Agency homes received this week. In addition to the below, The Agency’s home at 1467 N. Kings Road was spotlighted on E! News on Tuesday, with Mauricio Umansky talking to designer Faye Resnick, who decorated the home for its once-owner Paris Hilton. Look for additional coverage this weekend as our home at 1060 Woodland Drive will be featured as The Los Angeles Times “Home of the Week” on Sunday.

A Cheery MidCentury
The Wall Street Journal
Listed by The Agency’s Billy Rose and Jeff Kohl, 10899 Chalon Road was featured as the “House of the Day” by The Wall Street Journal, which noted the Mid-Century modern estate’s “light and airy layout” and “large windows for ample sunlight” while saying it “mixes ‘Mad Men’ chic with ‘eclectic modern.'” Explore this exceptionally private home situated on a near acre promontory in lower Bel Air through its photo slideshow on The Wall Street Journal website.

“Architect A. Quincy Jones’s Old Brentwood Home, Designed by Case Study Architect Rodney Walker”
Curbed LA
Rodney Walker, a Rudolph Schindler protégé was the only architect/team responsible for more than two of the famous Case Study Houses built (CSH #s 16, 17 & 18), and so compelling is Walker’s design located at 11320 Joffre Street, it served as the personal residence of A. Quincy Jones, another legendary Mid-Century Modern architect who also participated in the CSH Program (CSH # 24). Curbed LA takes notice of the home’s “classy pedigree” which makes it truly one of a kind.

“House of the Day: Live in a Kardashian ‘Home,’ Near Clooney 
Aol Real Estate
Michelle Schwartz and Craig Knizek’s listing at 11947 Iredell Street was featured as the “House of the Day” on Aol Real Estate, which noted the home’s “five Bedari 24 karat gold and crystal chandeliers, sconces from the Paris Opera House and a 600-year-old fountain that was imported from financier Malcolm Forbes’ estate in Florence, Italy.” Click through to view photos of this grand Fryman Estates home inspired by the Medici castle.