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Harry Gesner’s Dreamy Stebel House Hits the Market for the First Time Ever

If a sunken living room, vaulted wood ceilings, exposed beams, and extraordinary views of natural landscape are your cup of tea, your dream home just came on the market: an extraordinary 1961 structure designed by visionary architect Harry Gesner. The three bedroom, 2.5-bath residence, originally built for the S.L. and Jan Stebel and located at […]
Tags: Design, Keller Williams, Midcentury, Harry Gesner, More Dirt, Real Estate Listings, Dreamy Stebel House, Jan Stebel


Harry Gesner-Designed Boat House Seeks New Captain

There are lots of kooky, one-of-a-kind homes in Los Angeles, and the Hollywood Hills Boat Houses, designed by famed architect Harry Gesner, are surely among them. Cantilevered over the Cahuenga Pass on a 45-degree incline, the cluster of ark-resembling residences were commissioned in 1959, by attorney Ronald Buck, on lots that were just 25 feet […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Hollywood Hills, The Agency, Harry Gesner, More Dirt, Real Estate Listings, Ronald Buck


Harry Gesner’s Futuristic Ravenseye House in Malibu Asks $14 Million

Larger-than-life maverick architect, WWII veteran, avid surfer and all-around Tinseltown treasure Harry Gesner is probably most famous for his iconic Wave House in Malibu. Set directly on the sand, that 1957-built home was recently immortalized in the 2019 film “Yesterday.” That’s not to say the modernist master, now 95 and still active in his Malibu community, […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Malibu, Tinseltown, Harry Gesner, More Dirt, Real Estate Listings, Nicholas Property Group


Sherman Oaks mid-century home designed by Ray Kappe seeks $2.4 million

Glass walls, skylights and exposed beams fill the 2,987 square feet interior. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The sunken dining room with a fireplace is pictured with the central wet bar. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds A view of the wet bar. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The living room with a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The galley kitchen. (Photo by Cameron Carothers) The master bedroom. ...
Tags: Business, Housing, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Kylie Jenner, Northridge, Los Angeles County, Stanley, San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, Cal Poly Pomona, Calabasas, Kappe, Top Stories LADN, Photos And Videos


34-acre former Cambria Air Force Station, perched above ocean, is yours for $4.4 million

The five-bedroom residence at the former Cambria Air Force Station. (Courtesy of Bernd Schaefers) A quiet spot on this 34-acre property to take in the ocean views. (Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds A view of the sunset from the deck. (Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties) Show Caption of Expand Two hours north of Santa Barbara, a 34-acre coastal property on...
Tags: Business, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Kylie Jenner, Air Force, Belle, Santa Barbara, Tommy Lee, Jodie Foster, Tarzana, U S Air Force, U S Army Corps of Engineers, Temecula, Neal, Calabasas


Former Calabasas home of Kylie Jenner, with shoe closet and “Glam Room,” seeks $3.6 million

Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin, right, talks to DeAndre Jordan on the bench during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Toronto Raptors, Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Anaheim Ducks right wing Jakob Silfverberg scores against the Carolina Hurricanes during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Anaheim Ducks center Chris ...
Tags: Business, California, Housing, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Paris, Nba, Jordan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, NHL, Kylie Jenner, Donald Trump, Belle, Los Angeles Clippers, Anaheim Ducks


Futuristic ‘Triangle House’ by architect Harry Gesner seeks $4 million in Tarzana

A view of the guest house. (Photo by SAE Photography) The dining area. (Photo by SAE Photography) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds The family room. (Photo by SAE Photography) The gate. (Photo by SAE Photography) The kitchen. (Photo by SAE Photography) The sunken living room. (Photo by SAE Photography) The master bedroom. (Photo by SAE Photography) The master bathroom. (Photo by SAE Photography) The swimming pool. (Photo by SAE Photography) The wine cell...
Tags: Business, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Anthony Davis, Belle, Vanity Fair, Malibu, Palm Springs, Tommy Lee, Jodie Foster, Associates, Interior, Sydney Opera House, Tarzana, Temecula


2018 Most Interesting Architectural Solutions

This year a bunch of fascinating architecture came up on our screens--but not all of it was modern. We'll start this entry off by going back to ancient times, then work our way up to the new stuff.Creative director Przemyslaw Sobiecki and architect Maja Wronska looked at some of the world's most famous ancient ruins, then created animated renderings to show you what they looked like in their original glory: In the 1400s, a very clever non-architect figured out how to erect the world's largest...
Tags: Design, China, Yves Behar, Architecture, Rich, Frank Lloyd Wright, Muji, Betsy DeVos, Przemyslaw Sobiecki, Maja Wronska, Harry Gesner


Harry Gesner's Cantilevered House Designs from the 1950s

On a recent trip to L.A. I stayed in the Hollywood Hills. My host drove me past this series of structures, which at first glance appeared to be a row of carports. However, when I later passed these on foot, I noticed something interesting: As you can see, these "carports" extend far beyond the car parking space, and they have a second story built beneath street level. In the shot below you can see the window cut into this lower level. In this shot, you can see a yellow addit...
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