Modern Christmas Tree Paired with Iconic Hollywood Hills Stahl House
In a marriage of two classic modern designs, the legendary “Stahl House,” located in Hollywood Hills overlooking the Los Angeles skyline, hosted The Modern Christmas Tree. The meeting was documented in a recent photo shoot, the photographs were previewed at the Los Angeles Convention Center at the Dwell on Design show, and will be released to the public in the fall of 2015.
The Modern Christmas Tree in Iconic Los Angeles Stahl House.
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Photography by: J.C. Buck of Black Bike Productions
About Modern Christmas Trees
The Modern Christmas Tree, was originally invented by engineer and designer Lawrence “Bud” Stoecker in the mid-1960’s. The contemporary holiday tree is made of concentric acrylic rings, decorated with chandelier crystals and ornaments. The tree hangs from the ceiling and is illuminated by a spot light from underneath the tree, projecting shadows and reflections throughout the room. The tree and this Stoecker family tradition are carried on by Bud’s grandson Matt Bliss who patented the design in 2012.
Stoecker suffered from Alzheimer’s and sadly passed away a week before the patent was issued. Weeks later members of the Stoecker family celebrated his life at an exhibition of his trees at the original Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim California. The exhibit continues to be a part of Disney’s annual holiday festivities. Bliss, a modern design and architecture enthusiast from Colorado, makes the trees available to people throughout the world at www.ModernChristmasTrees.com donating a portion of the proceeds the Alzheimer’s Association in his Grandpa’s name.
About the Stahl House
This legendary Los Angeles home was the dream of Buck and Carlotta Stahl who with the help of architect Pierre Koenig created a mid-century modern masterpiece that is still owned by the family today. This home was later immortalized by the great architectural photographer Julius Shulman in 1960 the photos of which have been viewed by millions of people throughout the world. For More Information contact matt@ModernChristmasTrees.com or 303-885-4153