A Shared Perspective: The Case Study Apartments and Beyond
SAH/SCC Talk: Santa Monica
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Phoenix-based architect Edward (Ned) B. Sawyer will present a history of his work with fellow architect Alfred Newman Beadle on a series of modern apartment buildings originally commissioned by Arts & Architecture Magazine. Although many people are familiar with the legendary California Case Study House Program started by Arts & Architecture publisher John Entenza, it is often forgotten that the program shifted focus in the 1960s from single-family residential projects to multi-family, multi-unit apartment buildings. Sawyer will talk about his work with Beadle on the Case Study apartments in Phoenix, AZ, as well as their long-standing collaboration on many modern buildings. This presentation will feature archival materials and seldom-seen photographs of their work. Sawyer will present his talk at the main branch of the Santa Monica Public Library (Moore Ruble Yudell, 2006).
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