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The Presence Of The Case Study Houses

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ISBN : 9783764371180
Genre : Architecture
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Since their origins over half a century ago, the Case Study Houses have ranked among the classics of architectural modernism. In a journey into the present reality of the Case Study Houses, the two authors of this book have systematically visited and photographed the houses and their owners. Viewing these projects through the lens not only of practicing architects, teachers and critics, but also of representatives of Old Europe confronting the achievements of the New World, they describe and elaborate the stories of some of the most thrilling residential projects of the last century.

Case Study Houses 1945 1962

Author : Esther McCoy
ISBN : 0912158719
Genre : Architecture
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Since the popular Museum of Contemporary Art exhibit of 1989, "Blueprints for Modern Living", much attention has been paid to the pioneering work done by the architects of the Case Study Program. With the catalogue for that exhibit long out of print, this study remains the definitive work on the project. Sponsored by John Entenza's Arts & Architecture magazine, the Case Study Houses program brought new thinking, techniques, and materials to post-war California house building. Contains the work of Charles Eames, Eero Saarinen, Craig Ellwood.

Modern California Houses

Author : Esther McCoy
ISBN : UOM:39015006749868
Genre : Architecture
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Key Houses Of The Twentieth Century

Author : Colin Davies
ISBN : 1856694631
Genre : Architect-designed houses
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Featuring over 100 of the most significant and influential houses of the twentieth century, For each of the houses included there are numerous, accurate scale plans showing each floor, together with elevations, sections and site plans where appropriate. All of these have been specially drawn for this book and are based on the most up-to-date information and sources.

Case Study Houses

Author : Elizabeth A. T. Smith
ISBN : 3836535602
Genre : Architecture, Domestic
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With 36 prototype designs, the Case Study House program created paradigms for modern living that would extend their influence far beyond their Los Angeles heartland. This essential introduction features 150 photographs and plans to explore each of these model residences and their architects, including Richard Neutra, Charles and Ray Eames, and...

Women And The Making Of The Modern House

Author : Alice T. Friedman
ISBN : 0300117892
Genre : Architecture
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Investigates how women patrons of architecture were essential catalysts for innovation in domestic architectural design. This book explores the challenges that unconventional attitudes and ways of life presented to architectural thinking, and to the architects themselves.

Case Study Houses

Author : Marco Hemmerling
ISBN : 3887784715
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The 'Case Study House' program ranks among the most influential and innovative projects in American architectural history of the post-war period and has lost none of its fascination even today. The experimental designs of renowned avant-garde architects such as Richard Neutra, Craig Ellwood, Raphael Soriano and Eero Saarinen succeeded in presenting unique houses that completely redefined the concept of modern living. 0The present publication interprets the 'Case Study Houses' using the new digital tools that architects now have at their disposal and which make the projects accessible in a wholly different way. While traditional documentation provides floor plans, sections, elevations and perspectives, we are now achieving new insights into the concepts, structure, construction, design and spatial effects of the houses by using 3D models, BIM data and atmospheric visualization as well as advanced image processing. It is even possible to download 3D models of some of the houses and try out novel approaches to individual projects. Above all, the book will serve as an inspiration for new architectural ideas and promote the use of these technologies in the design, visualization and realization of such concepts in creative and innovative ways.

The Details Of Modern Architecture

Author : Edward R. Ford
ISBN : 0262562022
Genre : Architecture, Modern
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This second volume continues the study of the relationships of the ideals of design and the realities of construction in modern architecture, beginning in the late 1920s and extending to the present day.

Pierre Koenig

Author : Neil Jackson
ISBN : 9781606065778
Genre : Architecture
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A heavily illustrated and highly designed tribute to Los Angeles architect Pierre Koenig, a key figure of the Los Angeles Modernist movement. In this remarkable and gorgeously illustrated book, Neil Jackson presents a vibrant profile of the Los Angeles architect Pierre Koenig, who Time magazine said lived long enough to become “cool twice.” From the influences of Koenig’s youth in San Francisco and his military service during World War II to the Case Study Houses and his later award-laden years, Jackson’s study plots the evolution of Koenig’s oeuvre against the backdrop of Los Angeles—a city that both shaped and was shaped by his architecture. The book is anchored by Jackson’s exciting discoveries in Koenig’s archive at the Getty Research Institute. Drawings, photographs, diaries, letters, lecture notes, building contracts, and university projects—many of which are published for the first time—provide an expanded understanding of Koenig and additional context for his architectural achievements. An examination of Koenig’s Case Study Houses shows how his often single-minded and pragmatic approach to domestic architecture recognized the advantages of production housing and presciently embraced sustainable, ecologically responsible design. A new account of the Chemehuevi housing project in Havasu Lake, California, demonstrates the special role that learning and teaching played in the development of his architecture. Over his fifty-year career, Koenig not only designed iconic houses but also directed their restoration and curated their legacy, ensuring that his work could be seen and appreciated by present and future admirers of midcentury Los Angeles.

Blueprints For Modern Living

Author : Elizabeth A. T. Smith
ISBN : 0262692139
Genre : Architecture
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Includes eight main essays as well as contributions from Elizabeth A.T. Smith, this volume documents the Case Study House Progam, carried out between 1945 and 1966 where 36 experimental prototype houses were built by leading Californian architects.

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