The brainchild of John Entenza, editor of Arts & Architecture magazine, The Case Study Houses were to be experiments in modernism celebrating the possibilities of efficient and affordable housing, much needed at the end WWII....
In 1960, architecture historian Esther McCoy published a lively and accessible look at the architecture of mid-century southern California. Her book, Five California Architects, a study of Irving Gill, Bernard Maybeck, R.M. Schindler...
California’s first licensed female architect, Julia Morgan, will be celebrated this fall with 6 weeks of tours, lectures and events called the Julia Morgan 2012 Festival Gala. The Festival Gala will benefit the non-profit Landmark...