This film by architect Josh Gorell and written by Kelsey Rose Williams, features key examples of one of modernism’s most cherished architects to demonstrate his evolving design work, from the 1920s to the 1940s, transforming Southern California's residential landscape.
Filmed on location at each house, viewers will experience the full arc of his architectural style from the concrete tilt-wall and wood elements of his 1922 Kings Road House, through his ‘plaster skin’ designs such as the 1926 Lovell Beach House in Newport Beach, CA and the 1936 Ralph G. Walker House in Silverlake, CA, to his integration of stone, wood, concrete form, and stucco walls carefully responding to the existing landscape, of the 1940 Albert Van Dekker House in Woodland Hills, CA.
This program qualifies for .5 AIA/CES Learning Units (LU).
The organizer of this program is Modernism Week. This program is streaming through March 31, 2021.
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