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The Schulhofer Residence

SOLD OUT - Modernism Week | Four Fairway Homes at Tamarisk Country Club

On Friday, February 16th we present a special tour of four mid-century homes at Tamarisk Country Club, demonstrating several decades of significant architecture and thoughtful preservation.

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SOLD OUT - Modernism Week | Four Fairway Homes at Tamarisk Country Club
SOLD OUT - Modernism Week | Four Fairway Homes at Tamarisk Country Club

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Feb 16, 2024, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

The Schulhofer Residence, 70911 Tamarisk Ln, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270, USA

About the event

On Friday, February 16th we present a special tour of four mid-century homes at Tamarisk Country Club, demonstrating several decades of significant architecture and thoughtful preservation.

The earliest home is from 1957 and the latest is from 1981; all have spectacular views of the Tamarisk Country Club fairways. The 1957 Gummo Marx residence by Val Powelson has a soaring roofline that reaches 24' at its apex, supported by an 85' laminated beam that pierces the front and rear elevations. The Caldera-Ginsberg Residence, 1981 by John Evans, has interiors that were reimagined by Lance O’Donnell in 2000. This handsome modern ranch features extensive use of stone, carved redwood doors by Evelyn Ackerman, and geographic expressionist paintings by its current owner, a prominent artist. The 1959 Schulhofer residence by Robert Marx, possibly with input from Val Powelson, was in very poor condition when a Tamarisk Club member rescued it in 2018. The home has been thoroughly renovated and the current owner has enhanced the contemporary interiors with midcentury appointments and furnishings. The 1972 Rubinstein residence by William F. Cody, his final commission, is a compelling example of his later work. The client wanted a hacienda-style home at odds with Cody's desert modern style. The result is a long and low solid stucco façade, a terracotta roof, a central open-air tiled courtyard, and dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows facing the fairway.

Tickets are $150 each and are available now on the Modernism Week website. Preservation Mirage members will receive a special gift.

THINGS TO KNOW

  • To avoid confusion, and as a courtesy to other tour goers, please arrive at your designated tour start time.
  • This house has exterior steps.
  • Guests will park along Tamarisk Lane and check in at 70911 Tamarisk Lane.
  • This tour is for ages 18 and older.
  • No children or pets and no smoking please.
  • Large purses and/or backpacks are discouraged.
  • Restrooms are not available for tour use.
  • Interior photography is permitted for personal use.
  • Please be respectful of the neighborhood and do not park in front of mail boxes or driveways.

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