This my angels, is Cary Grant’s Palm Springs estate in the early 1930s before it was Cary Grant’s (I can’t remember the story entirely, but I think it was built originally for a lady fitness enthusiast, don’t quote me on that one) — the style is referred to as Spanish…
Restored by: Marmol Radziner | Restoration. And, there’s this beautiful book that’s like a vacation in itself… Palm Springs Living: Diane Dorrans Saeks, David Glomb: Amazon.com: Books.
Read about two of the greats at one of my favorite blogs: Glamourized House: Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann House: An Annotated & Illustrated Bibliography | so-cal-arch-history.com.
Los Angeles College Swim Team winter practice at El Mirador in Palm Springs On the board at El Mirador. The tower you see in the background was part of the resort hotel – now a hospital is on the site and they have reproduced that particularly beautiful feature.
When only snow will do:
This is an architect’s office. In the reception area there hangs a rendering of the Palm Springs Tennis Club. Name that (those) architect (s)!
Palm Canyon Drive – 1954:
The Disney’s at a ranch in Palm Springs – 1948: