10/08/09 Posted by Hablinski Manion Tags: Classical Architecture For The 21st Century
- Yes, it is possible to live on the West Coast in a classical home. History teaches that most captains of industry prefer to live in a traditional home. Only a minority of high-net-worth entrepreneurs chooses to build a contemporary or modern house.
- Yes, Hablinski + Manion’s houses are an investment in the future. Since its completion, one of their Tuscan-style estates in the Hollywood Hills has changed hands twice and is now on the market for five times its original price.
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8/21/09 Posted by Hablinski Manion Tags: Classical Architecture For The 21st Century, Professional Organizations
Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, Southern California chapter
August 2009: Private tour of Casa del Herrero, Santa Barbara, led by Marc Appleton
September 2009: Private tour of a Cliff May house.
AIA Los Angeles
Los Angeles Conservancy
National Trust for Historic Preservation
5/22/09 Posted by Hablinski Manion Tags: Classical Architecture For The 21st Century, Classical Architecture Resources
- Monograph of the Works of McKim, Mead & White
- David Adler by Richard Pratt
- Influential Interiors by Suzanne Trocm
- The Architecture of Charles Platt
- The Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens by A. S. G. Butler
- Les Edifices de Rome Moderne by Paul Letarouilly
- Architecture in Italy 1400–1600 by Ludwig Heydenreich and Wolfgang Lotz
- A Treatise on the Decorative Part of Civil Architecture by Sir William Chambers
- Mastering Tradition: The Residential Architecture of John Russell Pope by James B. Garrison
- Domestic Architecture of H. T. Lindeberg
- A History of Western Architecture by David Watkins