Liberman since at least Sold to Ernest Vandebovenkamp. Ellwood was a true design genius. Photo by Chimay Bleue. Sold to the Rolfe Family Trust. Sold to Sylvia Kirts.
Photo by Roger Davies. It was a roofed bridge that spanned between two walls of a canyon. Sold to the Rolfe Family Trust. Sold in the ‘s to John E. Sold for the first time in to Lee Byrna. Jerry Horn was the project architect.
Deeded to the Iris Mink Trust. These sf, unit apartments strongly resembled Corbusier. Now part of an architectural graveyard shared with other student structures. Last four photos of 4 provided by Tom Lekometros. Bottom two photos by Michael Locke. He was a master of promotion.
Principal design was by Jerrold Lomax, an associate in Ellwood’s office. Ellwood also designed an addition, also unbuilt.
Craig Ellwood houses were the beginning and the origin of his experimentation, and as domestic architecture built until his last years, the houses provide a large enough of his career.
Color photo by Michael Locke.
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Sold in to Albert and Holly Baril. Renovated by architect James Tyler in The fire cracked the concrete and it burst. Ellwood added a pool and guest house second photo in He then designed the Lappin house in As ofstill in the Kubly Family Trust. &(elllwood) by Chimay Bleue. Bottom photo by Michael Locke. Although declared unbuilt according to Jackson book; it was built and destroyed by fire see Perez-Mendez book.
He also worked as a model. Destroyed by fire in during a coastal firestorm. Gated community; no public access.
Salzman House / Case Study House nº 16
Deeded in to the Scott Regburg Trust. He had a red Ferrari and a perfect fit with the attention-getting lifestyle housse Los Angeles. Ellwood could sell, too.
Sold in to Patricia Stone. Sold to Sylvia Kirts.
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Bottom two photos by Andrea Minton and Michael Locke. How Anish Kapoor turned an artwork into a concert hall.
Jack Cofer was to be the builder. Photo by Roger Davies. Deeded in to the Miller-Regburg Trust. But that did not matter, to him or to his clients.