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‘Mod Mirage’ :: Exploring the Architectural Legacy of Rancho Mirage

Long heralded as the quintessential destination for midcentury-modern architecture, the city of Palm Springs boasts homes built by star architects such as Richard Neutra, John Lautner, Albert Frey, and William F. Cody. But a few miles east lies the city of Rancho Mirage, another architectural destination ready to step out of the shadow cast by… Keep reading

Koerner House in Palm Springs Seeks Modern-Minded Buyer With $3.3M

By Claudine Zap A Mid-Century Modern marvel in Palm Springs, CA, designed by E. Stewart Williams, who was renowned for melding natural materials with modern design, is now on the market for $3.3 million. The well-preserved home was commissioned by Leon and Thea Koerner, lumber magnates from Vancouver, British Columbia, as a vacation escape. To read the full article visit their website here. 

A Luminous Palm Springs Midcentury Asks $3.35M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo One of the most architecturally significant residences currently on the market, the Koerner House encapsulates desert modernism. Built in 1955, the Koerner House was designed by renowned architect E. Stewart Williams, whose distinct midcentury modern style significantly shaped the Coachella Valley’s architectural landscape. His commissions included the Frank Sinatra House, the Edris House, the Santa… Keep reading

Palm Springs’ Glorious 1955 Koerner House, $3.35M

By Philip Ferrato Where: 1275 South Calle de Maria, Palm Springs Asking: $3,350,000 What: Simply put, one of architect E. Stewart Williams loveliest houses. In outstanding condition and set in its original Garrett Ecko-designed gardens on almost an acre, this 4-bed, 4-bath home was built in 1955 and like all of Williams’ projects, would set a standard… Keep reading

Sensational Palm Springs modern seeking $3.35M

By Elijah Chiland Boy do we wish we had a few million dollars to spend on this beautiful Palm Springs post and beam, designed by modern architect E. Stewart Williams. Known for his glassy bank buildings—and for Frank Sinatra’s ultra-cool Movie Colony home in Palm Springs—Williams rarely accepted commissions for private residences. To read the full article visit their website here. 

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