Next in the series, let’s take a look at the most iconic contribution to the Case Study House Program…
October 20, 2016
October 6, 2016
Next up in the series, let’s take a look at architect Pierre Koenig’s “Bailey House,” built as Case Study…
February 9, 2015
When Arts & Architecture magazine introduced the Case Study House program in 1945, editor John Entenza envisioned it as a showcase of modern prototypes for the postwar American house. By its end in 1966, the program oversaw the design for 36 houses and one apartment building, and introduced avantgarde aesthetics to the single family home. Some of architecture’s biggest names such as Charles and Ray Eames, Richard Neutra, and Eero Saarinen contributed to the project, and their creations redefined the relationship between design and modern living.