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ToBuild Magazine: Fireplaces, heating and cooking

Having the right fireplace in your home can bring an elemental warmth that not only heats your home but comforts the soul… Read More


  • AntonioRiz

    December 28, 2021 8:49 pm

    In November 1969 a classic Williams Spanish Revival mansion in Flintridge is one of five homes the Pasadena Symphony Association includes in their annual Holiday Tour. To create interest in the fundraiser, Los Angeles Times writer Kim Blair interviews Williams about how he created his personal interpretation of Spanish Revival architecture. Williams states, “We were trying to bring back the Spanish feeling to Southern California and for those who wanted something more opulent than the Mission styles we borrowed ideas from the entire Mediterranean area.” Blair notes the rich architectural details still evident in the Williams designed home including paneled walls of rare woods, carved cornices, beamed ceilings, custom grillwork, arched windows and doors and a wonderful flow to the formal public rooms.

    • Kim Williams

      January 5, 2022 10:53 am

      So interesting! Thank you for your wonderful contribution!

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