Albert Frey House II (1964)

Richard Neutra's Kaufman House (1946). Photography by Julius Shulman.

Avanit Interior (1962)

John Lautner’s Arthur Elrod House in Palm Springs (1969)

Palm Springs Convention Center by architect William Pereira (1974)

Palm Springs
From the Ridiculous to the Sublime

When JKA Design wants to escape foggy San Francisco, we travel to Palm’ Springs’ desert. We love its juxtaposition of the ridiculous with the sublime. The mid-century mecca features the iconic architecture of Richard Neutra, Albert Frey, and John Lautner. Designers Arthur Elrod, Hal Broderick, and Steve Chase created visionary interiors. Beyond these design gems, there is Palm Springs itself with its intense sunshine, starry nights and playful atmosphere. It’s hard to get stressed out with poolside cocktails!

Enjoy seeing some of our favorite buildings that populate the desert topography.

Palm Springs
From the Ridiculous to the Sublime

When JKA Design wants to escape foggy San Francisco, we travel to Palm’ Springs’ desert. We love its juxtaposition of the ridiculous with the sublime. The mid-century mecca features the iconic architecture of Richard Neutra, Albert Frey, and John Lautner. Designers Arthur Elrod, Hal Broderick, and Steve Chase created visionary interiors. Beyond these design gems, there is Palm Springs itself with its intense sunshine, starry nights and playful atmosphere. It’s hard to get stressed out with poolside cocktails! Below please see some of our favorite buildings that populate the desert topography.

Albert Frey House II (1964)

Richard Neutra's Kaufman House (1946). Photography by Julius Shulman.

Avanit Interior (1962)

John Lautner’s Arthur Elrod House in Palm Springs (1969)

Palm Springs Convention Center by architect William Pereira (1974)