Posts by Philip Ferrato

The perfect house for the basic under-40 billionaire, with a glorious, glass-bottomed pool that almost defies description.

With a nod to the mid-century Usonian houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, using materials the master could only dream of, in an incomparable setting.

Houses have personalities. This one’s a joy to be in.

Just in time for Palm Springs Modernism Week, E. Stewart Williams’ masterpiece comes on the market.

Live out your Post + Beam fantasies in this classic beauty.

In the best possible way, with handsome co-working spaces off the lobby that get you out of the house but not as far as the office.

The renovated ’60s home is as warm, intelligent and witty as its owner.

In Half Moon Bay, global construction methods that look to the future instead of the past in a design by Nomos RED.

Designed by Richard Harrison and built in 1957, originally decorated by Arthur Elrod, this desert compound was preserved and expanded by its owner/architect.

This very grand flat– in a classic, significant building and completely remade in 2012– is open this weekend. Worth a visit.

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