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Authors on Architecture: Murphy & Hess on Googie

Explore the architectural drawings of Googie masters Armet Davis Newlove presented by authors Michael Murphy and Alan Hess.

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Nartonis-Head on Jack Rogers Hopkins

Explore the life and work of woodworker, designer, craftsman Jack Rogers Hopkins, a contemporary of furniture designer Sam Maloof.

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An Unlikely Modernism: Bakersfield Built

David Coffey reveals the hidden legacy of Modern architecture in Bakersfield. Works by Neutra, Wright and others are featured.

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Authors on Architecture: Oest on LA Public Housing

Author/Educator Nicole Krup Oest looks at how photography shaped public perceptions of public housing projects in Los Angeles and nationally.

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Authors on Architecture: Wyeth on Welz (01/30/22)

Author and filmmaker Peter Wyeth discusses his new book: The Lost Architecture of Jean Welz (DoppelHouse, 2022)

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Authors on Architecture: Long on Peters- Video

Scholar and historian Christopher Long turns his attention to the little-known architect and designer Jock Peters (1889-1934). Discussing his new book, Jock Peters, Architecture and Design: The Varieties of Modernism (Bauer and Dean, 2021)

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Authors on Architecture: Ettinger on Neutra in Latin America

Catherine Rose Ettinger discusses her book Richard Neutra: Encounters with Latin America (Arquitónica)

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A Dialogue on Reyner Banham

Join SAH/SCC for a dialogue between Todd N. Gannon & Richard J. Williams, who revisit the prolific life of Reyner Banham (1922-1988).

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Griffith Observatory: Hollywood’s Celestial Theater

Educator/Author, Bill (Stuart W.) Leslie presents Griffith Observatory as an enduring and iconic tribute to its founder’s vision of a truly public astronomy.

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Authors on Architecture: Araujo on Knoll

No Compromise: Ana Araujo on furniture icon, Florence Knoll

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Master of the Midcentury: Bill Cody

Catherine Cody, design historian Jo Lauria, and architectural historian Don Choi, authors of Master of the Midcentury: The Architecture of William F. Cody explore the legacy of William F. Cody, one of the architects who made Palm Springs a crucible of midcentury modernism.

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Authors on Architecture: Growing up Modern

Authors Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster discuss their new book, Growing up Modern: Childhoods In Iconic Homes


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Authors on Architecture: Parsons on Colcord

Author Bret Parsons provides a complete and intimate portrait of architect Gerard Colcord.

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Richard L. Dorman: An Audacious Modernism

Sian Winship presents the legacy of modern architect Richard L. Dorman, FAIA. Dorman was elevated to Fellowship for his design contributions and widely published, yet remains largely unknown.

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Henry L.A. Jekel, Regional Master

Explore the life and work of architect Henry L.A. Jekel with author and SAH/SCC Member Dr. H. Vincent Moses

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Mark Wigley on Konrad Wachsmann

Author Mark Wigley describes how TV influenced visionary architect Konrad Wachsmann.

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David Wyn Roberts

Architect and author Cory Buckner provides a rare and very personal look at the work of Cambridge modernist, David Wyn Roberts (1911-1982)

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Gee on Parkinson

Author Stephen Gee discusses the unsung genius of architect John Parkinson, designer of many LA icons, including City Hall and Bullock's Wilshire.

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Stanley on Harley Earl

Richard Stanley's in-depth presentation reveals how Harley Earl invented the modern design studio and is credited with bringing design to every segment of the automotive market.

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Preserving Los Angeles

Author Ken Bernstein and photographer Stephen Schafer reveal how LA\'s preservation programs saved architectural and cultural jewels of the city, revived neighborhoods and created a model for other American cities.

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Millard Sheets

Author Adam Arenson discusses the work of Millard Sheets and his association with Home Savings and Loan

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The Architecture of the Dream Factory: Warner Bros.

Former Warner Bros. archivist Steven Bingen takes you behind the gates at the famed studio.

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Elizabeth Gordon, Tastemaker

Author Monica Penick introduces viewers to one of the most influential magazine editors of the mid-20thcentury, Elizabeth Gordon.

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Paul Williams

Author Stephen Gee discusses the early residential work of African American architect, Paul Revere Williams.

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The Stepwells of India

Author Victoria Lautman takes viewers on a very personal tour of the mysterious and magnificent stepwells in India.

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New West

Authors Wolfgang Wagener and Leslie Erganian explore history through a treasure trove of hand-tinted postcards.

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Marsak on Bunker Hill

Author Nathan Marsak traces the architectural and cultural history of Los Angeles’ early residential neighborhood, best known for its appearance in film noirs.

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The Vertical Style of Will Price

Author George E. Thomas makes the case for Will Price as an early modern architect working in Philadelphia.

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Church of the Epiphany

Architectural historian, Sian Winship and preservation architects, EsherGunewardena, introduce viewers to the rich architectural and cultural history of the Church of the Epiphany.

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Wayne Thom, Photographer

Author Emily Bills examines the architectural photography of Wayne Thom and his documentation of Late Modern-style architecture in Southern California.

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Behind the Iron Curtain in 1968

John Ellis, FAIA retraces his steps to visit the architecture of the Russian Constructivists and Alvar Alto as a young student architect at Cambridge.

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