7/17, 7/21, & 7/23

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Doorway. Village Green.
Modernism. Village Green.
Downspouts. Culver City.
El Bandolero. Jefferson Park.
Mixed-use development. Culver City.
Pre-fabricated house. Culver City.
Double dark chocolate chip sea salt cookie with Tahitian Vanilla and Cracked Salty Caramel ice cream. CoolHaus.
Steak dinner at home.
Pico Blvd.
Sun dial detail. Koreatown.
Tudor mansion. 5th/Lucerne (I think), Hancock Park.
Ice cream time. Scoops.
Red doors. East Hollywood.
Curious-looking external bracing on an East Hollywood apartment building. 
Tacos, Taqueria los Anaya. West Adams.
Red velvet cake and salty oreo ice cream. Scoops.
Streamlined house. Hollywood.
904. Hollywood.
Contemporary. Hollywood.
Pink Storybook house. Hollywood.
Interior of the Nudies store. Melrose Ave.
Tacos de pollo. Home.

The Jungle

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Mid-Century Modern apartment architecture in South LA's infamous "The Jungle," a historically crime and gang-addled neighborhood best known for its role in Denzel Washington's Training Day movie.

Iced cup of coffee half-full

Monday, July 16, 2012

Exterior view of the A. Quincy Jones-designed Kalmick House. Brentwood.
Living room view. I love the quintessentially Modernist layout and open floorplan.
Bedroom of Quincy Jones' Kalmick House. Brentwood.
The Westwood In-N-Out, designed by the late, prolific West LA architect, Stephen Kanner.
Animal style. In-N-Out.
My everyday. Paper or Plastik.
Interior. Paper or Plastik.
Kevin, barista. Paper or Plastik.
400 Mariposa. Koreatown.
Man on a mission. Broadway.
Looking SE at the intersection of Los Angeles and 7th.
Ducks. DTLA.
Italianate mansion. Lafayette Square.
The DTLA skyline viewed from the La Cienega Expo Line station.
(Finally!) A pedestrian-only triangle in the Silverlake neighborhood.
The sad-looking Roxie Theater, in desperate need of a renovation.
CoffeeBar. Spring Street.
Baristas. Coffee Commissary.
Entryway. Spring Street.
Spring For Coffee. Spring Street.
Renowned architect Paul Williams' self-designed house in the Lafayette Square section of Mid-City.