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KENDRICK (KEN) BANGS KELLOGG (1934-)

Kellogg was born in San Diego CA and grew up in Mission Beach. He studied at San Diego State University, the University of Colorado, the University of Southern California, and the University of California at Berkeley. In 1955 he met Frank Lloyd Wright during a trip to Phoenix and Scottsdale with other architecture students. Kellogg came away from that brief encounter inspired. He completed math and engineering courses and left Berkeley without a degree, returning to work in San Diego for Sim Bruce Richards, Dale Naegle, and Frederick Liebhart. Kellogg founded the Organic Architecture Charitable Foundation in 1997. He designed several Chart House restaurants plus his own 1992 restaurant, Outryder, at 4444 Mission Boulevard, Pacific Beach CA.


With second wife Freneva in 1991 | With David Hoshino in 1989 in Japan, for whom he designed a wedding chapel.

Chart House Restaurants: Rancho Mirage CA (destroyed) / Westwood CA / Idyllwild CA / Golden CO / Santa Barbara CA / Sun Valley ID / Lahaina HI / Shelter Island CA / Redondo Beach CA / Dana Point CA / Jacksonville FL (standing as of 2023) / La Jolla CA / Monterey CA


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1957 - The Russell and Virgie Babcock House, 2694 Bayside Walk, Mission Beach, San Diego CA. The Babcocks hired Frank Lloyd Wright previously for another house that did not get built. Street was formerly called San Luis Ray Place. This house put Kellogg on the map as an architect. For sale in 2023.


1959 - The Ector Le Duc Residence, 340 San Gorgonio Street, San Diego CA. Commissioned in 1956. Sold to Jerome and Anne Ryan. Status unknown.


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1960 - The Edward P. Silva / Schrimpf Residence, 596 San Elijo Street, San Diego CA. Designed for the parents of his first wife, Marilyn. Sold in 2013 to Bennet and Karen Anne Greenwald.


1960 - 701 Hoska Drive, Del Mar CA. Kellogg did a remodel in 1995. Sold in 2005 to David and Margaret Engel.


1963 - The Teatro House, El Camino del Teatro Street, La Jolla CA. Renovated. Status unknown.


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1963 - The Elizabeth McCormick von Beck House, aka Onion House, aka Akaakai O Kuaini House, Kailua-Kona HI. Sold in 2017 to Harry and Barbara Last. Available as a vacation rental.


1964 - The Earthform Owner/Builder House, Tijuana, Mexico. Status unknown.


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1966 - The Kendrick and Marilyn Kellogg House and Studio, 836-838 Balboa Court, San Diego CA. Sold in 2003 to Robert Lange.


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1966 - The Kraves Remodel, aka Windansea, 6621 Neptune Place, La Jolla CA. Street address is 6622 Vista Del Mar Avenue. Kellogg did at least two more renovations in 1977. Sold to Michael Foley. Sold in 1994 to Chris Dudley. Sold in 1998 to All Real Property Inc. Sold in 1999 to Yum Kee and Susan Fu.


1966 - The Country Club Houses, Barrett Lake CA. Status unknown.


1967 - The Lake Hodges House, CA. Status unknown.


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1968 - The Richard and Olivia (Rosa) Ledbetter House, 3545 Inez Street, San Diego CA. Commissioned in 1966. Renovated. Sold in 2019 to David Hampton Jr.


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1968 - The Madruga Residence, 3036 Rogers Street, San Diego CA. Status unknown.


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1968 - The Madruga Addition and Remodel, 3016 Rogers Street, San Diego CA. Original house built in 1951. Sold to Kenneth and Patricia Greene. Sold in 2019 to the Richards Family Trust.


1968 - aka Stamen House, Middlesex Drive, Kensington, San Diego CA. Status unknown.


1968 - The Jim and Gail McInnis Residence, aka Shadow Mountain House, aka Mount Helix House, 10087 Shadow Road, La Mesa CA. Sold to Robert Tice. Sold in 1990 to Virginia Peterson. Sold in 2012 to George and Lillian Araujo. Sold in 2020 to Friends of the Trinitarians, a group that serves the poor and and homeless in underserved and underdeveloped areas.


1968 - Townhouses, 1117 Isabella Avenue, Coronado CA. Sold to the Lindsay Family 1982 Trust. Status unknown.


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1970 - 54750 Tahquitz View Drive, Idyllwild-Pine Cove CA. Sold to Gravity Real Estate Holdings. Sold in 2021 to Brian Lannutti and Shawna McGarry Family Trust. Sold in 2023.


1970 - The Gail Guth Residence, 5820 Madra Avenue, San Diego CA. Still in the John and Gail Guth Trust.


1972 - The Barbara and Wayne Chapman Remodel, 353 Glenmont Drive, Solana Beach CA. Original house built in 1960.


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1972 - The Larry and Gayle Gordon Residence, aka Wave House, 1646 Yost Street, San Diego CA. Family photos from daughter Debbie Gordon. Still in the Gordon family as of 2022.


1972 - The Koshkarian Addition/Remodel, 1609 Los Altos Drive, San Diego CA. Original build date mid-1950s. Kellogg must have done an addition in 1972 based on aerials. Status unknown.


1972 - The Kendrick and Marilyn Kellogg Residence, 15415 Topa Road, Pauma Valley CA. Sold in 1995 to the A. R. O. Family Trust.


1972 - The Regal Remodel, Idyllwild CA.


1972 - House in Valley Center CA.


1972 - The Topanga Canyon House, CA. Status unknown.


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1973 - The Turney Atoll House, aka La Jolla Farms House, 9805 Black Gold Road, La Jolla CA. Sold to the Klein Trust. Sold in 1992 to Arnold Hagler. Sold in 1998 to Fan Chung and Ronald Graham. Sold in 2007 to Ramin Pourteymour.


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1973 - The Surfer House, La Jolla CA. Status unknown.


1973 - The Daniel and Julie Olfe Residence, 8220 Paseo del Ocaso, La Jolla CA. Sold in 1994 to David and Carol Watson. Sold in 2004 to Scott Omara.


1974 - The Cornish Addition and Remodel, 7878 Lookout Drive, La Jolla CA. Original house built in the early 1950s. Status unknown.


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1975 - The Cambiz Charles and Constance Baher Residence, 4324 Camino Privado, Rancho Santa Fe CA. Sold in 2002 to Joanne King and Courtenay Shaw. Sold in 2015 to Leonard Gregory and Anat Friedman.


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1976 - The Bertine Residence, 750 Val Sereno Drive, Encinitas CA. Sold in 1979 to Edward and Kathe Goldberg. Still owned by the Goldbergs as of 2023.


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1977 - The Robert Thomas House, aka Thomas/Szekeley House, aka West Way, 8456 Westway Drive, La Jolla CA. Sold in 1988 to Gerald Conte. Sold in 1990 to Diane Szekeley.


1978 - aka Shenendoah Ranch House, 27220 Mesa Grande, Santa Ysabel CA. Part of a larger 250 acre ranch. Sold in 2013.


1978 - House in Snowmass CO. Status unknown.


1980 - Remodel, 13024 Via Latina, Del Mar CA. Designed with Rob Quigley. Status unknown.


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1981 - The Sam Yen House, aka Lotus House, aka Moonlight House, 7799 Starlight Drive, San Diego CA. Featured in the book Hyperwest by Alan Hess. Remodeled. Sold in 2007 to Steven Holtzman. Sold in 2019 to Scott Gaskin.


1981 - The Palomar Studio, Palomar Mountain CA. Status unknown.


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1981 - 39 Papaua Place, aka Kaanapoli House, Lahaina HI. Sold in 2019.


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1984 - The Bailey Residence, 10650 Old Castle Road, Valley Center CA. Also addressed 10707 Old Castle Road.


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1986 - The Scott Shore Residence, 3917 Ocean Front Walk, San Diego CA. Bottom photo is Kellogg during construction. Sold in 2017 to A & P Mojaver Trust.


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1988 - The Landsberg House, aka Wingsweep, aka Wingspread, aka Rancho California House, 38445 Overview Drive, Temecula CA. Commissioned in 1985. 50 acres. Wingsweep Corporation built a community with Woodside Homes called Sommers Bend. Featured in the book Hyperwest by Alan Hess. Sold in 2000 to Unicom Global/Corry Hong as a "50 acre sports complex, training, and corporate retreat facility." Still owned by Unicom Global in 2023.


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1988 - The Roy and Roberta Josepho Remodel, 8208 Paseo Del Ocaso, La Jolla CA. Original house built in 1947.


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1993 - The Jay and Bev Doolittle House, aka High Desert House, 7263 Mount Shasta Avenue, Joshua Tree CA. Interior design by John Vugrin, who's worked on the house ever since. Sold in 2014 to Matthew Jacobson and Kristopher Dukes. Sold to Ohana1 LLC. Sold in 2021 to YMX+B LLC (Keiko Harada). Available as a vacation rental.


Year unknown - The Bill and Carol Baras Remodel, 4845 Lomitas Drive, San Diego CA. Original house built in 1949. Status unknown.


Year unknown - Private Residence, Rancho Mirage CA. Status unknown.


Year unknown - The Dan Burhans Residence, Encinitas CA. Unbuilt.


Sources include: Modern San Diego; Dwell; Virtual Globetrotting.