Case Study House #10



Award Winning Project

Los Angeles' Case Study House #10 In this gallery you will find the restored "Case Study House #10" which is apart of the Case Study House Program initiated by the city of Los Angeles in 1945 by Arts and Architecture Magazine. The home was originally built by Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland, Jr. in 1947. It has been called, "a significant contributor to Mid-Century architecture" and the home can be found in the National Register of Historic Places and has the Mills Act designation.  Carl W. Stewart II a designer at Stewart Design and Engineering played an important role in the restoration of the interior and in doing so was awarded the Pasadena’s Historic Preservation Commission’s 2015 Reconstruction Award and the City of Pasadena's 2015 Historic Preservation Award.