Join all the San Diego Eames nerds this Saturday, May 30th for a book signing and talk with Daniel Ostroff.
The event is being hosted by Boomerang for Modern, which is celebrating their 30th year in business!
Books will be available for purchase.
I was fortunate to be able to visit the Hunt House before it sold in 2012 for $5.3 million. It was in incredible original condition, including some original furnishings. See more images here.
Tavangarian also worked on a house for Jackie Collins, which was apparently inspired by a David Hockney painting. The architect reportedly worked with Richard Meier at one point.
The item was continued at the Malibu Planning Commission, so hopefully this small house won't become another victim of valuable real estate. It would be a major loss.
This is a full-scale foldout pattern for the DIY modernist handyman to complete at home. For those less adventurous modernists, the chair was also sold in kit form with pre-cut pieces that were sent disassembled in a box.Lerner was part of the New Bauhaus at the Chicago Institute of Design and was Laszlo Moholy-Nagy’s star pupil.
Nathan Lerner 'LIGHT EXPERIMENT' photograph from 1937/1938 Annotated 'second semester' and 'Institute of Design Class Kepes-Smith' in pencil and with 'the new bauhaus chicago' stamp on the reverse, framed, 1937, printed in 1938
Join Modern San Diego Real Estate this coming Saturday to preview architect Leonard Veitzer's Lincoff Residence (1964-66) before it hits the MLS.
In the early 1960s, Leonard Veitzer opened his office on 5th Avenue in Lloyd and Ilse Ruocco's Design Center Building where he worked alongside the region's leading architects, landscape architects and designers in a collaborative environment. The Lincoff Residence, published in Sunset Magazine, in 1967, is the byproduct of a unique collaboration between architects Leonard Veitzer and Guy Anderson, builder Ted Mintz, landscape architect Joe Yamada and artist Svetozar. See more HERE.
Exclusive PreviewDate Saturday, May 16Time 2-5 p.m.Location 152 Old Ranch Road, Chula Vista 91910
SHEvening - new works by Tanya Aguiñiga and Nancy Baker Cahill
MERRYSPACE/ Edward Cella Art+Architecture (May 9-25, on Fridays and Saturdays, or by appointment)
2754 S La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA
Tanya and Nancy will be be giving an artist talk about the dialogue between their current work on Saturday, May 23 at 1pm.