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Thanks to everyone for coming out. Daniel Ostroff's talk about Charles and Ray Eames was fantastic.

Sunday May 31, 2015

Reportedly, the firm of Bokal & Sneed are planning to significantly alter John Lloyd Wright’s Home & Studio at 420 Serpentine. On June 2nd, between 4-5 pm the City of Del Mar will host an open house to see the architects’ conceptual plan as part of the town’s Design Review process called the Citizen’s Participation Program. Easily one of the most important homes in our region, it was recently owned by Pat Welsh, who’s husband was Wright’s stepson. Under their care the house remained in immaculate shape until it was up for sale recently.


The McWhorter Residence (ca. 1970) by Bill Slatton.
Photos of this home will be included in the Wright show I am curating for the La Jollla Historical Society.
The show opens on September 26!

Saturday May 23, 2015

Ken Kellogg was just profiled by the New York Times. Read the article HERE.

I have created a short bio-summary of Kemper Nomland, the architect of the 1947 Case Study House (#10) for Arts & Architecture, HERE.

Join us in welcoming author Daniel Ostroff to San Diego for this Special Event: An Eames Anthology: Author Presentation and Book Signing on Saturday, May 30 between 1-3pm at Boomerang for Modern.


The Milton and Miriam Lincoff Residence (designed 1964, constructed 1966) by architect Leonard Veitzer.
More information is HERE.

Tuesday May 12, 2015

JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL PRE-MLS VIEWING PARTY of the Milton and Miriam Lincoff Residence this Saturday, May 16 between 2-5pm at 152 Old Ranch Road, Chula Vista 91910. Join us along with architect Leonard Veitzer for this special gathering. We look forward to seeing you there!

In the late 1940s Leonard Veitzer pursued a degree in architecture at Cal alongside fellow students like Ray Kappe. Drafted into the US Army during the Korean War, he would return to Cal in 1954, to work towards completion of his degree. That summer Veitzer took a brief summer job with Fred Liebhardt in La Jolla. After graduation he travelled and worked all over – including in New York, as assistant designer for Harrison & Abramovitz on the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center. The young architect returned to San Diego in 1958 working for Dale Naegle - again in La Jolla. Licensed in 1960, he opened a small office – before closing it in 1963 to work for Robert Mosher and Roy Drew. The office of Architect Leonard Veitzer AIA reopened again on Fifth Avenue, this time in Lloyd and Ilse Ruocco’s Design Center Building where he worked alongside the region’s leading architects, landscape architects and designers in a collaborative environment. The Lincoff Residence, published in Sunset Magazine, in 1967, is the byproduct of a unique collaboration between architects Leonard Veitzer and Guy Anderson, builder Ted Mintz, landscape architect Joe Yamada and artist Svetozar Radakovich.


Join us! See you on the 30th!

Friday May 8, 2015

Darren just trained his lens on architect E. Stewart Williams’s work in the foothills of nearby Yucaipa, California – Crafton Hills College. Check it out HERE.

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