We are saddened to hear the news that the legendary entertainment icon Dick Clark has passed away today at the age of  82. His career, having spanned over sixty years, included “American Bandstand”, “Pyramid”, “TV’s Bloopers & Practical Jokes”, “American Music Awards” and of course “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve”.

We just came across his California home, which was recently put on the market last month, on Inhabitat.com and thought we’d share it with you.

Clark’s $3.5 million home in Malibu was modeled after Fred and Wilma’s house on “The Flintstones.” We love how this home complements the beautiful landscape of the Pacific ocean.

Photo via Inhabitat


Photo via Inhabitat


Photo via Inhabtiat


Photo via Inhabitat

You will be missed Dick Clark. New Year’s Eve won’t be the same without you!

This month, in conjunction with Colorado Architecture Month, we want to celebrate all things architecture. During the month of April, the American Institute of Architects Colorado (AIA Colorado) holds several events, free and open to the public, where you can learn more about sustainable design and the great architects and designers that have helped shape a movement, like John Lautner and Charles and Ray Eames.

To learn about the different events being held statewide visit www.aiacolorado.org.

You’ll be able to join the conversation for Colorado Architecture Month on Twitter by using the hashtag: #CoArchMo.

We’d love to hear which architects, whether local or not, have influenced you.

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