Palm Springs Preservation Foundation

Retro Martini Party – February 19, 2010

At our February 2010 Retro Martini Party guests enjoyed a martini with their fellow hipsters…as they watched the sun set…from the Arthur Elrod House, one of the world’s most acclaimed examples of modernist architecture. Designed by architect John Lautner in 1968, the Elrod House entered the popular culture in 1971 as the setting for a famous scene in the James Bond “007” movie Diamonds are Forever. Photos courtesy Gregg Felsen Photography, Ned Redway Photography, Robert Reiff Photography, and PSPF. For copies please contact us at

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