- Koerner House by E. Stewart Williams
Palm Springs Historical Society offers inside look at Koerner House
Built in 1955 , the Koerner House is located in the coveted Deepwell neighborhood of Palm Springs, CA. This 4,224 square feet mid-century house on 1.1 acres was designed by prolific architect E. Stewart Williams whose distinct mid-century modern style significantly shaped the Coachella Valley's architectural landscape. The four-bedroom, four-bath beauty has floor to ceiling windows that line the back of the 1955 home, gazing out to the rectangular pool, grassy lawns, with views of the towering Mount San Jacinto. It's a perfect example of architect E. Stewart Williams' open simplicity.
PSHS hosted a private cocktail party during DOCOMOMO weekend and Modernism Week at this lovely home.
Fun Fact: Filming Location for Alpha Dog
Most of the 2006 indie film Alpha Dog - directed by Nick Cassavetes (son of actress Gena Rowlands and filmaker John Cassavetes), takes place in this Palm Springs home. Although the story's real life kidnapping and murder occurred 200 miles away in Santa Barbara. In the film Justin Timberlake's character holds the kidnapped teenager in a gilded cage at the Koerner House.