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Edward A. Killingsworth: An Architect's Life.
KILLINGSWORTH. Volland, Jennifer and Cara Mullio.
Edward A. Killingsworth: An Architect's Life.
Edward A. Killingsworth has been, until the writing of this book, an unexamined genius of Southern California modernism. After his architectural education at USC and after service in the European theater of war in World War Two, Killingsworth settled into his home town of Long Beach and into an architectural practice that lasted almost half a century. His talents were quickly spotted by John Entenza, editor of Arts + Architecture magazine, and Killingsworth contributed much-admired projects to Entenza's influential Case Study House program. His calm and elegant post-and-beam structures have an almost Miesian grace, while they also embrace the new local model of modernism, fitting into the relaxed post-war indoor-outdoor ethos of Southern California.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 336 pp
Publisher: Hennessey & Ingalls
Year: 2013
Publication Place: Santa Monica,
ISBN: 9780940512511
Book Id: 95992

Price: $60.00

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