#ARTchitecture: Why Modern Homes Still Matter
Wednesday, September 14 | 9:00 - 10:00 AM
Why does everyday architecture become a work of art? How did the post-World War II homes designed by notable architects of the day, and mid-century modern tract housing, all intended for the masses, become as coveted as a painting, or a sculpture? What do one Case Study House and some 11,000 Eichlers, all located in the San Francisco Bay Area, have in common?
NEUTRA: Exploring "Survival Through Design"
Thursday, September 15 | 9:00 - 10:00 AM
Join us for this webinar that explores "Survival Through Design", the 1954 book by pioneer Viennese-American architect, Richard J. Neutra, FAIA (1892-1970) and traces the interplay between Neutra’s design tactics, his readings in neuroscience and biology, and his speculations on the intermediate and ultimate consequences of his designs.