The Case Study House program (1945-66) was a groundbreaking event in American architecture. Focused on Los Angeles, it aimed to provide easily and affordably constructed modern homes during the postwar building boom. Led by Arts & Architecture editor John Entenza, the program enlisted top talents like Neutra, Eames, and Saarinen, generating experimental houses that redefined modern living. TASCHEN now offers a comprehensive retrospective with documentation, period and contemporary photos, as well as floor plans and sketches.
Case Study Houses. The Complete CSH Program 1945-1966
28 x 4,3 x 35 cm