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Authors on Architecture: Hagberg on Aline & Eero SAH/SCC Zoom Program

Celebrate an architectural love story for the ages when Eva Hagberg discusses her book: When Eero Met His Match: Aline Louchheim Saarinen and the Making of an Architect (Princeton University Press, 2022).

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Authors on Architecture: Gallo/Caballero on Havana Modern SAH/SCC Zoom Program

Havana Modern: Critical Readings in Cuban Architecture (Arquine, 2023) examines Cuban modernism’s highlights with a wealth of archival materials, photos, and new scholarship.

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Authors on Architecture: Geva on Modern American Synagogues

Author/Educator Anat M. Geva, PhD, Assoc. AIA, shares her new book: The Architecture of Modern American Synagogues, 1950s-1960s (Texas A&M Press, 2023).

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Authors on Architecture: Crawford/Zimmerman on Detroit/Moscow

Author/editor Christina E. Crawford and Claire Zimmerman discuss their book: Detroit-Moscow-Detroit: An Architecture for Industrialization, 1917-1945 (MIT Press, 2023), an exploration of the similarities and differences between the hyper-industrialization that took place in the USSR and the US during three critical decades.

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Authors on Architecture: Kathrens on Newport Cottages SAH/SCC Zoom Program

Author Michael C. Kathrens provides a superbly visual and informative presentation of his book: Newport Cottages 1835-1890: The Summer Villas Before the Vanderbilt Era (Bauer and Dean Publishers, 2023).

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Authors on Architecture: Cronan on Modern Architecture in California Zoom Presentation

Author/Educator Todd Cronan, in discussing his book, Nothing Permanent: Modern Architecture in California (University of Minnesota Press, 2023) displaces generalizations with a nuanced intellectual history of architectural innovation in California between 1920 and 1970.

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Authors on Architecture: Demshuk on Rebuilding Cities SAH/SCC Zoom Program

A fascinating look at the Post-World War II reconstruction of three war-ravaged cities by Andrew Demshuk, author of Three Cities After Hitler: Redemptive Reconstruction (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021).

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Authors on Architecture: Fontenot on Ain

An inciteful presentation by author Anthony Fontenot on his book, Notes From Another Los Angeles: Gregory Ain and the Construction of a Social Landscape (MIT Press, 2022).

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Authors on Architecture: Keylon on Kaptur

Author Steve Keylon explores the life and work of modern architect, Hugh Kaptur, including a very special guest appearance.

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Authors on Architecture: Hopkins on the Brutalists

Author/Educator Owen Hopkins presents the definitive look at one of the most polarizing of architectural styles: Brutalism.



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Authors on Architecture: Holter and Gee on The Driving Force

Co-Authors Stephen Gee and Darryl Holter look at Los Angeles’ impact on the early automobile industry from their book:Automobiles and the New American City, 1900-1930(Angel City Press, 2023)


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Authors on Architecture: Stockstill & Oliver on Irvine Ranch

Authors C. Michael Stockstill and H. Pike Oliver discuss their book: Transforming the Irvine Ranch: Joan Irvine, William Pereira, Ray Watson, and the Big Plan (Routledge, 2022).


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The Assassination of Jean Welz, Part 2

Author and filmmaker Peter Wyeth provides insight and perspective about the little-known architect Jean Welz, his seminal masterpiece Maison Zilveli, and its subsequent demolition.


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Authors on Architecture: Schmitzberger, Sarnitz, & McGuire on Preis

Contributing authors Axel Schmitzberger, Laura McGuire, August Sarnitz, & Christopher Long celebrate their new book, Alfred Preis DISPLACED: The Tropical Modernism of the Austrian Emigrant and Architect of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor (Doppelhouse Press, 2022).

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Authors on Architecture: Lukather on Byrd

Author Chris Lukather explores the fairytale ranch houses designed by Robert Byrd (1904-1978) and his son, Gary (1939-2008), as featured in his new book, Homes by Byrd: The Art & Architecture of Robert Byrd and His Son, Gary (The Writing Disorder, 2022).


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Preserving the California Capitol Panel Presentation

Learn about the history and recent preservation challenges from speakers Dick Cowan, Wayne Donaldson, FAIA and Paula Peper, regarding California’s Capitol building in Sacramento.

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Authors on Architecture: Bingen on MGM

Film historian, author, and friend of SAH/SCC, Steven Bingen, will share his take on Culver City’s Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio and transport you back in time to Hollywood’s golden age.


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Authors on Architecture: Nevala-Lee on Buckminster Fuller

Author Alec Nevala-Lee presents his new book, Inventor of the Future: The Visionary Life of Buckminster Fuller (Dey Street / HarperCollins, 2022).


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Authors on Architecture: Anderton on L.A. Housing

Noted author Frances Anderton, Hon. AIA/LA, provides a virtual tour of Los Angeles housing based on her book, Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles (Angel City Press, 2022).


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SAH/SCC program: The Architecture of Suspense: The Built World in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock

An insightful presentation where art and architecture collide, Christine Madrid French explores how Hitchcock used architectural form to create suspense.


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When Brains Meet Buildings : A Conversation Between Neuroscience and Architecture

Esteemed scientist and author Michael Arbib presents action-oriented perception, memory, and imagination as well as atmosphere, aesthetics, and emotion as keys to analyzing the experience and design of architecture.


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Giovannini on Avant-Garde Architecture

Author Joseph Giovannini discusses his profusely illustrated and incredibly detailed book, Architecture Unbound: A Century of the Disruptive Avant-Garde (Rizzoli, 2021).


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Authors on Architecture: Golub on Russel and Mary Wright’s Dragon Rock

Author Jennifer Golub provides a special look at the home and the work of industrial designers Russel and Mary Wright illuminated in her new book,  Russel and Mary Wright: Dragon Rock at Manitoga (Princeton Architectural Press, 2022)


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Julia Morgan: Outlier

A deeply researched presentation about the life and the work of architect Julia Morgan by Kimberly Perette. Morgan’s buildings not only speak as beautiful architecture, but as contributions "to women, to engineering, to grace, to beauty and to perseverance.”


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Golden 1: Bringing Nature into the City

Sixty-minute program on the history and evolution of urban arena design culminating with Golden1 Center, the first indoor-outdoor arena for the NBA, located in Sacramento, California.


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Authors on Architecture: The Metropolis in Latin America 1830-1930

The authors, Maristella Casciato and Idurre Alonso shed light on the transformations that modified the colonial model of Iberian cities in America...

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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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