Established in 1969 in response to the rapid destruction of historic landmarks and neighborhoods, Heritage Square is the place where LA’s threatened historic homes can finally find permanent refuge.
Cabot Abram Yerxa spent 24 years building his impressive Hopi-style pueblo after discovering the original hot spring that gave Desert Hot Springs its name.
The six-acre estate & gardens in Beverly Hills that the Robinson Department Stores bought.
Built in 1844, the adobe is one of the oldest surviving private residences in LA County and one of the oldest surviving buildings in the San Fernando Valley.
The California Institute of Earth Art and Architecture in Hesperia, CA.
Opening up the gates of El Miradero to explore the interesting history of Brand Park and Library in Glendale, CA.
Better known as Scotty’s Castle, although it was neither a castle nor Scotty’s.
West Coast High Line Design
The Waterworks Museum interprets unique stories of one of the country’s first metropolitan water systems through exhibitions and educational programs on engineering, architecture, social history, and public health.
Made of leftover bottles, found motorcycles, rocks, concrete and countless other pieces of junk, Glendora’s Rubel Castle is one of Southern California’s oddest buildings.
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