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Incorporating the design palate of artists like Kahn, Wright and Green & Green it's a marvel to behold. Completion of this house was in 1926 by Rudolf M. Schindler of Vienna, Austria---who graduated from the Vienna Academy of Arts.
Schindler's design was influenced by his...More
I was hanging out at the beach with one of my friends and I had heard about this house before so I decided to walk over and take a look at it. I must say that for being almost a century old (built in 1926),...More
This home is one of a kind. Concrete and glass w/ the casement windows make this gem worth seeing. Located on the Boardwalk between the Newport & Balboa Piers it's worth taking a moment or two to have a look. It's a classic!
This wonderful home designed by famed architect Rudolph Shindler is still home to the Lovell family descendants of the Lovell's who commissioned it in the 1920s. The strength of this modernist architecture is visible in every aspect. You cannot tour the house but a stroll...More
This is one of the important historical architectural jewels in Newport Beach.
Not many concrete structures were built at the beach back then... just single wall beach cottages. Easy to find biking along the Balboa Boardwalk, but easy to miss by car unless you have...More
The waves crashed against the beach the morning I pulled up and took in the grandeur that was the Lovell Beach House. On a nondescript street, and right on the boardwalk this gem stands proud. It is currently a private residence, so please respect that...More