An extremely rare chance to visit this mid-mod gem, one of the great homes of Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Conservancy's annual gala fundraiser is always held at a beautiful, architecturally noteworthy home, and this year’s event at the Brody House is no exception. This historically significant mansion, a Holmby Hills Mid-Century Modern built in 1951, was designed by famed architect A. Quincy Jones, with interiors by the legendary silent film star-turned-interior decorator William Haines. This grand house was built for renowned art collectors Sidney and Frances Lasker Brody. At over 11,000 square feet, it recently underwent painstaking restoration and still retains much of Haines’ original design features and furniture. This home is never open to the public, so this special evening is a rare opportunity to visit one of LA's most stunning private homes. All proceeds from this event go to the nonprofit L.A. Conservancy's work of preserving historic places throughout L.A. County.