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N 1 B 1.4K C 3 E Jul 22, 2011 F Jul 24, 2011
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Sinai Temple was designed by Sidney Eisenshtat, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. The temple was established as the first Conservative congregation in Southern California in 1906. The westward movement of the Jewish community of Los Angeles led to the acquisition and development of the current site. Throughout the twentieth century and into this new millennium, Sinai Temple continues to flourish as a leader of modern Conservative Jewish life and thought.

Located t 10400 Wilshire Boulevard in the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.




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N 2 B 384 C 0 E Feb 24, 2022 F Feb 24, 2022
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Architect Sidney Eisenshtat designed the Modernist style house for himself and his wife Alice in 1955. Eisenshtat was best known for his designs of synagogues. He was an observant Jew who was past president of Congregation Beth Jaco in Beverly Hills. His creations typically featured white walls almost devoid of decoration, yet were highly expressive through the use of simple materials and abundant natural light, lavishing attention on focal points. Located at 2736 Motor Avenue in the Cheviot Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 0 B 392 C 0 E Feb 20, 2022 F Feb 20, 2022
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Architect Sidney Eisenshtat designed the Modernist style Temple Emanuel & School in 1951. Located at 8844 Burton Way in Beverly Hills, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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Architects Jack Carroll Lipman and Sidney Eisenshtat designed the classic Mid-Century post-and-beam residence for Jack’s father Joseph Lipman in 1949 with Fred Barlow designing the landscaping. The three-bedroom, four-bath house in 2029 sq.ft, is currently (July 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1,295,000 and described in the listing as "2-story Mid-Century home in the much sought after Los Feliz hills with sweeping views and a large swimming pool. Open living space with a large deck off the living and dining room. Enjoy a spacious kitchen with stainless GE stainless appliances, marble counter tops and 2nd utility sink. Each bedroom offers an en suite bath, plus there's an upstairs powder bath for your guests. Newer roof. Central air and heat. Two car garage. Fabulous outdoor space with pool, deck and yard".

Jack Carroll Lipman (d. 1998) partnered with Sidney Eisenshat between 1946 and 1962 under the firm name Existenz according to ArchINFORM. Lipman was a member of the American Institute of Architects from 1946 until his death on December 9, 1998. He was most active in Honolulu, HI, where the Honolulu Chapter of the AIA honors him annually with the Jack C. LIpman Members’ Choice Award. Sidney Eisenshtat (1914 –2005) was best known for his designs of synagogues and Jewish academic buildings. An Orthodox Jew, Eisenshat reportedly did not accept commissions on his synagogue projects.

Located at 3818 Carnavon Way in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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Architect Sidney Eisenshtat designed the Modernist style house for himself and his wife Alice in 1955. Eisenshtat was best known for his designs of synagogues. He was an observant Jew who was past president of Congregation Beth Jaco in Beverly Hills. His creations typically featured white walls almost devoid of decoration, yet were highly expressive through the use of simple materials and abundant natural light, lavishing attention on focal points. Located at 2736 Motor Avenue in the Cheviot Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

Tags:   Sidney Eisenshtat Modern Architecture in L.A. Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture


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