Mid-Century Mod Home in the San Diego Area A very groovy location for “Mad Men” era film shoots, 60s/70s period advertising shoots, music videos, fashion shoots, lifestyle portrait sessions, etc. Dy-no-mite! The Details: 1963 split-level home in La Mesa, 10 minutes from central San Diego. Spectacular hill-top 180° view of downtown San Diego and the Pacific Ocean. Indoor-outdoor venue, with panoramic windows facing west and large sliding glass doors. Numerous rooms and spaces offer attractive scenes for film or photo shoots, bathed in natural light during the day, very romantic/mood lighting at sunset, and unlimited options for night-time shoots. The kitchen, dining area, bar, living room, study and patio are all connected, offering the opportunity for very long shots or a variety of scenes. The additional courtyard is 30’x20′, offering a lovely outdoor space for shooting. This venue has a mod Hollywood Regency vibe to it, with a hint of groovy shagadelic party pad. Designed by renowned architect Lawrence Weir, this property is his magnum opus.
• No smoking. • Guests must provide additional insurance and valid permits for all vendors. • All rentals include setup and teardown time. • Furniture must be moved back to where you found it. • Guests must remove any equipment they bring into the space by the end of the booking.
My production company used this home to shoot a "Fake Commercial" for a children's Television show. We loved the retro vibe of the house, it was the perfect look for our shoot. Steven, the host, was extremely friendly and easy to work with and the home is decorated beautifully. Highly recommended.