United States

Architecture, Residential

Hollyhock House / Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright designed Hollyhock House as part of a commission from oil heiress Louise Aline Barnsdall to create an avant-garde theatre and cultural complex called Olive Hill. Of the entire complex, only the residence and two apartments were completed. Located in the East Hollywood neighbourhood of Los Angeles, Hollyhock House was completed between 1919 and 1921.

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Japanese Architecture, Residential

Tom Ford’s Horse Ranch / Tadao Ando

Tom Ford’s Ranch by japanese Architect Tadao Ando’s has a serene Japanese aesthetic that blends surprisingly well with the 24,000 acre ranch arid terrain of Santa Fe, USA. This ranch, designed by the Pritzker award-winning architect for the famous fashion designer, provides a fully equipped equine facility and stunning expansive views. This project was designed with local management and oversight by the…

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