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A Wedding Venue Perfect for the Architecture Lover

Frank Sinatra Estate
As the story is told, Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate was designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1947 and exemplifies mid-century luxury in both its architecture and period furnishings. For this reason, Curbed Magazine has named Sinatara’s Estate one of the top 15 Wedding Venues Perfect for Architecture Lovers. Among the others on this list are notable properties such as Philip Johnson’s Glass House, the Frank Llyod Wright Estate, and the New York Public Library. Interested in hosting your wedding at Frank Sinatra’s Estate? Contact our Palm Springs specialists by phone at 877 318 2090  or by email at

Sinatra Home Featured in Modernism Week

Every February since its creation in 2009, 75,000 modernist enthusiasts from across the world head to the mecca of modernism, Palm Springs California, to celebrate mid century architecture and design during Modernism Week. This 10 day festival, which takes place from February 16th to the 26th, features more than 250 events including home and garden tours, films, lectures, culinary events, the vintage furniture show and sale, and much more.   Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate, will be featured during several events throughout the entire celebration. Here are some events to keep your eye out for: Night at the Frank Sinatra EstateFebruary 19th The Sinatra Estate once known for it’s happy hours, opens its bar once again for an evening of classic mid century cocktails in honor of ‘Ol’ Blue Eyes’ himself. Frank Sinatra’s Neighborhood- The Movie Colony History Walking TourVarious Dates Take a tour through the elegant neighborhood of the Movie Colony and see homes lived in by some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Frank Sinatra’s “Twin Palms” Estate TourFebruary 23rd- Join the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation (PSPF) for a tour of Frank Sinatra’s beautiful “Twin Palms” estate, designed by modernist architect E. Stewart Williams in 1947. For more information on Modernism Week and the full schedule of events click here.  



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