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Articles about sunny renovation eichler great room on Dwell.com - Dwell

Two tech professionals living in an early 1970s Eichler home in Silicon Valley desired a more open space for their young kids to...<p>A furniture designer carves out a modern family home in a renovated 1925 structure on the outskirts of Copenhagen.<p>If you were handed the keys to an Eichler home, would …

Distinctive 1950s Eichler Home Remodeled in California

What a wonderful remodel of a signature Eichler Home.<p>The clients turned to Klopf Architecture to remodel their family home.<p>Unlike most builders, back …

Mapping All the Bay Area Eichler Homes for Sale Right Now - Curbed SF

It's no secret that we like Eichler and follow the comings and goings on the market of homes developed by the midcentury master with a somewhat slavish devotion. In recent weeks, we've seen a pricechopped home in San Rafael, an expensive remodel in Palo Alto, and a quick flip in San Rafael. Now, …

Inspiring Eichler Great Room Remodel in California [Before & After Photos]

<b>Klopf Architecture</b> redesigned a well preserved Eichler House in Mountain View, California. The brief for the <b>Eichler Great Room Remodel</b> project …

The First Modern-Day Eichler House is Ready for Your Judgment

Here it is, on a patch of Palm Springs desert, waving to fans and haters alike: the very first <b>"Desert Eichler."</b> Thanks to real estate agent Monique Lombardelli licensing the plans, and developer Troy Kudlac putting them into action, Palm Springs has its <b>first Eichler house</b>, which is also claimed as …

Articles about modern furniture fit classic eichler on Dwell.com - Dwell

Seeking a modern shell for their mid-century pieces, a pair of collectors found a relatively untouched Eichler in San Rafael,...<p>Now that the Los Angeles Dodgers have advanced to the next round of the baseball playoffs, it's a good time to consider the...<p>A bay window build-out helps a …

Meet the Palm Springs Developer Who Built the First Eichler in 40 Years

<i>"Teach a parrot the terms 'supply and demand' and you've got an economist."</i> —<b>Thomas Carlyle</b><p>While I'm not an economist by any stretch of the …

With Sunny, Modern Homes, Joseph Eichler Built The Suburbs In Style

In Palm Springs, Calif., a $1 million home was just built — with plans resurrected from 1951. The original sold for about $15,000, and was called an Eichler, after developer Joseph Eichler, who offered well-designed, well-built tract homes to the masses a half-century ago.<p>Bernie Grossman and his …

<i>Photo: Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources.</i><p>On NPR's "Morning Edition," Susan Stamberg waxed about postwar California home builder Joseph Eichler …

SeeVine, A Third-Party Site for Browsing Vines Online

SeeVine is an unofficial browser-based alternative for Twitter’s Vine iOS app. Similar to Vinepeek, SeeVine displays recent Vines, but also allows …

How to Make a Free Little Library for the Neighborhood

Little Free Library is a creative idea, thought up by Todd Bol and Rick Brooks, that aims to promote literacy and bring communities together by putting up mini libraries in neighborhoods around the world. Started in 2009, it's a nonprofit that seeks to place these small, accessible book exchange …

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Wine Road Wonderland: Day 2

<b>Note:</b> If you’re just tuning in, you might want to start with the first post in this three-part series.<p><b>Day 2: Alexander River Valley</b><p><b>The Vineyard Preserve</b><p><b>Medlock Ames</b> winery has been left truly wild, offering modern insight into the valley’s homesteading past. Affable co-owners Ames and James have …

Wine Road Wonderland

Russian fur trappers used to roam the area now known as the Wine Road, looking for otters in the myriad rivers along the coast. Though the fur trade has all but disappeared, farming and viticulture have carried on in a big way throughout the valley.<p>Now the less polished, more sustainable younger …