SAVE ICONIC ARCHITECTURE
Photo by Tim Street-Porter
JUST MADE AVAILABLE!! An enchanted afternoon & champagne at Dawnridge, the famous home of iconic Hollywood designer, Tony Duquette
Wednesday, May 10th | 2 – 4pm
Hosted at the fantastical Beverly Hills estate of legendary Hollywood designer, Tony and his wife Elizabeth Duquette. “Dawnridge” was built in 1949. The house was designed by Tony and its legacy still remains intact. This event is a rare opportunity to see Dawnridge first hand.
Guests will enjoy full access to the house while enjoying champagne and conversation, celebrating SIA Projects and the preservation awareness for iconic architecture and design.
WE SAVED THE STANDARD HOTEL on the SUNSET STRIP
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.