A Corinthian column that held up the palmleaf roof of a nutburger stand /
Architecture Critic, Los Angeles Times
RT @bldgblog: Just read entirety of @TobarWriter's Deep Down Dark in one sitting, mind-boggling story of Chilean miners trapped underground for 69 days.
@StevenMWhite well, yes, one could argue that the deepest architectural tradition on campus is Ed Stone-style Late Modern.
RT @jmooallem: Here comes the new magazine @CalSunday. Go get it! californiasunday.com
@BanaOnBass I'm from the LA Times and would like to reach you for a story I'm working on. christopher dot hawthorne at latimes dot com
Guess I need to read that Sanford book. books.google.com/books?id=8sEYA…
More Weitze: Trent Elwood Sanford's 1950 book "The Architecture of the Southwest" anticipated Didion, Banham, VSB and Moore on Calif
This from Weitze's intro to a 1986 edition of Harold Kirker's California's Architectural Frontier.
Featured: the Newsom brothers, Mullgardt, Gill, George Washington Smith, Lloyd Wright, Schindler, Kem Weber & Gregory Ain.
Starting in 1963 David Gebhard organized what Karen Weitze calls "a continuous series" of shows at UCSB on Southern California architects.
@gregorg did you see Rudy Ricciotti's museum while you were there? Heard it's pretty good
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