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Palm Springs

We had a lot of favorites in 2017. These are the top three, and they're still for sale.

This is Palm Springs' Modernism Week. We can't think of a better way to celebrate than featuring E. Stuart Williams' Edris House, an early masterpiece of desert modernism, on the market for $4.2M.

In a sublime desert setting and designed by noted Palm Springs architect William Krisel, the owners have transformed this grand Mid-Century property into a tribute to previous residents, Elvis and Priscilla Presley.

Donald Wexler’s role in defining Palm Springs architecture cannot be underestimated. Ground-breaking at the time, the elegantly modest home he built for himself and his family in 1955, and later supervised a 2008 remodel, is on the market.

FestivalArchtoberfestFall is in the air, and that means it's time for San Diego's Archtoberfest, a monthlong celebration of architecture, design, and art in SoCal.

Californians have a few go-to's when it comes to mini getaways and a small town tucked alongside the San Jacinto mountains is one of them. It’s Palm Springs, the one-time Old-Hollywood hangout that’s resurfaced as the ultimate weekend hideaway in recent years.

GetawayLive Like A LocalEarlier this year, Proper Hospitality took over The Viceroy property in Palm Springs, and now's your chance to check out the revamp with the help of this off-season package. Round up the girls and rent a villa or suite to receive VIP cabana treatment during your stay.

Home TourReinvention = House at Dwell on Design Associate Director of AIA Los Angeles, Carlo Caccavale will moderate a discussion about the revamp from ordinary home to exceptional oasis.

If the mouth-watering menu isn’t enough to inspire a pilgrimage to Workshop Kitchen and Bar (though it should be), then you should definitely trek to the Palm Springs restaurant for its award-winning design.

1. Who is your biggest role model?  Albert Hadley—he had the most incredible way of combining the past with the present that was at the same time both classic and modern.2. Which movie or play do you wish you could have designed the set for?  I am waiting for the sequel: Fifty Shades of Beige.3.

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