Tucked behind private gates in Palm Springs’ prestigious Movie Colony neighborhood—once the preferred hideaway for golden era greats like Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, and Cary Grant—650 Tachevah Drive is a midcentury masterpiece designed with the true entertainer in mind. Represented by The Agency’s Eric Lavey, Mike Patakas, and Maria Patakas, the 9 bedroom, 12 bathroom… Read more
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Modernism Week is back, and it’s turning 10. The 10th annual festival celebrating Modernist art, fashion and architecture kicks off this coming Thursday, Feb. 12, and runs for 10 days packed with architectural tours, talks, live music and film screenings. The celebration, which takes place in and around Modernist mecca Palm Springs, draws thousands of… Read more
Palm Springs is hot (no really, it’s like 115 right now). I’m talking about the heat Palm Springs has been getting the last few years. Some will say that this happens every 20 years or so, and that this is just another instance in the usual cycle. But this is different. There is definitely a renaissance happening.
Modernism Week, Palm Springs’ 10-day celebration of Mid-Century Modern art and architecture, draws to a close this weekend. The annual festival, which began this year on February 13, offers the perfect excuse to pop over to the valley for some relaxation and architectural appreciation. Now in its 14th year, Modernism Week offers an array of… Read more
Legendary Hollywood entertainer Bob Hope amassed an impressive portfolio of homes over his lifetime, with the most iconic being The Hope Residence in Palm Springs, designed by acclaimed Modernist architect John Lautner. The largest private residence ever designed by Lautner, the 23,366-square foot home was built to resemble a volcano, with sleek, sweeping concrete, steel… Read more