An Evening Soiree at Frank Sinatra’s
Twin Palms Estate

Toast Modernism Week with a cocktail reception at Twin Palms, the Frank Sinatra estate. Join Save Iconic Architecture for an exclusive tour and soiree–to help raise funds to support preservation.
Kick off Modernism Week at the Twin Palms Estate, by architect E. Stewart Williams, 1947, the former residence of Frank Sinatra that put the desert on the map as a celebrity enclave, and ultimate destination for some of the most prolific work in midcentury architecture. Join hosts and Save Iconic Architecture (SIA) founders Jaime Rummerfield and Ron Woodson for an exclusive tour of Twin Palms and a festive soirée, along with luminaries, influencers and tastemakers in the design industry.
The evening will include hand-crafted cocktails and hors d’oeuvres by F10 and music featuring some of Frank Sinatra’s most-loved tunes. Wear your swanky cocktail attire and get ready to have an incredible time. A portion of ticket proceeds will help support preservation efforts and initiatives with Save Iconic Architecture.
Friday, February 16, 2023 6PM-9PM
Thank You to Our Sponsors


Big thanks to everyone who heard our call to reach out to Councilwoman Traci Park. Because of you, and your 100s of calls, emails and letters, Councilwoman Park led a unanimous vote to stop the impending demolition of this Iconic piece of Hollywood history and begin the process of designating it a Historic and Cultural Monument.

This campaign and others are only possible because of your generous support. Please consider becoming a member so that we can continue this very important work!

Councilwoman Traci Park


Click to watch SIA’s co-founder Jaime Rummerfield on KTLA Channel 5.

Click to watch SIA’s co-founder Ron Woodson on NBC Channel 4.


A Legend of the Sunset Strip.

The Standard Hotel, built in 1962, was originally The Thunderbird Inn by architect Herbert Kameon and later reimagined by hotelier Andre Balazs in 1999. This hotel epitomizes mid-century architecture and is an iconic statement on the Sunset Strip.

With the help of our members, we were able to have West Hollywood designate the The Standard Hotel a Designated Cultural Resource.

Save Iconic Architecture is committed to nominating important structures and usher them through the historical landmarking process where they would otherwise continue to be unprotected and at risk for extinction. This legendary building is currently not landmark protected.

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