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A brief biography and listing of buildings can be found here: More of the buildings he designed are listed below, although many have since undergone extensive renovations since their original construction.


                Goldwater Apartments: 3212 El Segundo Blvd, Gardena (1964)
                Garden Apartments: 10567 National Blvd, Palms/Culver City (1955)
                Virgil Apartments: 315 S Virgil Ave, Los Angeles (1950)
                Garden Style Condo/Townhouse Complex: 1000 S Orange Grove Blvd, Pasadena (1957)
                Apartment: 229 San Vicente Blvd, Santa Monica (1947)
                Pandora Apartments: 744 S Catalina St, Los Angeles (1946)


                Chiat House: 612 Camino Verde, South Pasadena (1967)
                Dunham House: 495 Madeline Dr, Pasadena (1956)
                Herman House: 650 Bonhill Rd, Brentwood (1948)
                Maston House: 1657 Marmont Ln, West Hollywood (1948)
                Plunkett House: 7711 Firenze Ave, Los Angeles (1954)
                Hillside House: 8707 St Ives Dr, Los Angeles (????)

Other Buildings:

                Kenngott-Brossner Design Studio: 2840 Rowena Ave, Silver Lake (1968)
                Maston Architectural Office Building: 2801-2811 Cahuenga Blvd, Hollywood (1967)
                California Polytechnic, Pomona: School of Environmental Design: Valley Blvd off I-10 (1971)
                California State College, San Bernardino: Creative Arts Building: Route 15 at College Pkwy (1971)