seaside malibu featured in luxe may/june 2016
chateau de la lumiere | in progress
Inspired by 18th-century French chateaux and their early-20th-century American interpretations by such architects as Horace Trumbauer and John Russell Pope, this grand residence will begin construction in 2012 in the Botanic Garden District of Singapore. Read More >
bedford oaks | in progress
Bedford Oaks is inspired by the influential Moderne and Streamlined movement in Colonial Revival architecture that was being practiced in Los Angeles in the late 1920s and 1930s Read More >
maison dunand | in progress
This 1938 Beverly Hills residence was designed by architect Herbert Reisenberg in a stylized French Revival style, influenced by the streamlined white brick houses being built in L.A. in the 1930s by Paul Williams and others.
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rma featured in view magazine
Architectural trends come and go, yet most clients still prefer traditional styles for their dream homes. Colonial Revival is currently the most popular request, particularly in Los Angeles. Read more >
signature line in partnership with foster reeve
Sneak Peek of Analytique
Richard Manion Associates is proud to offer a first look at an upcoming line of signature plaster moldings commissioned by renowned plasterer Foster Reeve. The classical Analytique will be part of our Georgian Revival line of plaster moldings. RMA is one of several major traditional architecture firms from the U.S. and overseas who have been asked to participate in the launch.
villa franca | beijing | new project
Set within the new luxury gated community of Beijing Huariou, this French-inspired residence incorporates gracious details from chateaux built in the Paris region in the late 17th and early 18th centuries as well as their 19th-century American counterparts. The villa’s limestone exteriors have classical columns and details, and the black slate roof has traditional French dormers.
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the lindens | beverly hills | new project
This stylish residence in Beverly Hills is a restrained interpretation of classical French architecture, with tan handmade brick, limestone moldings and a steep roofline that evokes French manor houses and U.S. domestic architecture of the 1910s and 1920s.