Housing and Community Design
A discussion of key developments in California housing: the mass-produced bungalow (an icon of American life); the refined domestic design of Julia Morgan; the postwar suburbs as places of social conformity – or not?; and contemporary designs in multiple family housing in Los Angeles, the country’s densest urban area.
Speakers: Christopher M. Streba, independent scholar, Berkeley; Karen McNeil, UC Berkeley, historian of Julia Morgan; Alan Loomis, architect and planner; Tom Zakim, history, UC San Diego
Gimme Shelter: Calling California Home, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles CA April 23, 2004