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Commissioned by Roderick W. Kenaston in 1957 this home was designed by renowned architect E. Stewart Williams. With elemental Mid Century Modern features like an open plan and flow the interiors are spacious and light filled. One of Williams’ signature design features was large floor-to-ceiling windows that surrounded and offered views to a central private patio and pool area. The effect was one of a cool private oasis in the dessert – giving the home a feeling of a resort retreat. This…

This mid century in Rancho Mirage is just about as good as it gets. Designed in 1957 by well-known Palm Springs architect E.

35 Gorgeous Airy Mid-Century Modern Living Rooms - DigsDigs

The spacious living room, filled with vintage furnishings by Harry Bertoia, Paul McCobb, overlooks the heavily wooded site, which adjoins a protected watershed. Photo by: Jason Schmidt

craig ellwood architect san diego mid century modern house renovation

The owner of the Craig Ellwood Bobertz residence told us how he fell in love with this house: a legacy for San DIego and his daughter.

Commissioned by Roderick W. Kenaston in 1957 this home was designed by renowned architect E. Stewart Williams. With elemental Mid Century Modern features like an open plan and flow the interiors are spacious and light filled. One of Williams’ signature design features was large floor-to-ceiling windows that surrounded and offered views to a central private patio and pool area. The effect was one of a cool private oasis in the dessert – giving the home a feeling of a resort retreat. This

Commissioned by Roderick W. Kenaston in 1957 this home was designed by renowned architect E. Stewart Williams. With elemental Mid Century Modern features like an open plan and flow the interiors are spacious and light filled. One of Williams’ signature design features was large floor-to-ceiling windows that surrounded and offered views to a central private patio and pool area. The effect was one of a cool private oasis in the dessert – giving the home a feeling of a resort retreat. This

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The Lloyd Wright Marden house was at risk for demolition but the new owner chose to make it a homage to the architect, instead.

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