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Fri Mar 21 17:09:55 2014 UTClccn-n878730830.47Los Angeles0.681.00John Peter interviews Craig Ellwood275720025n 878730831890210lccn-n80106619Jackson, N.(Neil)lccn-n50007455McCoy, Estherlccn-nr2003009590Pérez-Méndez, Alfonsoviaf-57853845McCoy, Estheredtlccn-n80015811Blake, Peter1920-2006lccn-n86036801Richardson, Saralccn-n84118682Foster, Norman1935-lccn-nr91015550Vacchini, Livio1933-2007lccn-n79044843Mudford, Grantnp-moss, ericMoss, EricEllwood, CraigCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryEllwood, CraigUnited StatesArchitectureArchitecture, ModernArchitecture, DomesticCalifornia, SouthernNeutra, Richard Joseph,Pelli, CesarWright, Frank Lloyd,Graves, Michael,California--Los AngelesSchindler, R. M.--(Rudolph M.),Johnson, Philip,CaliforniaPublic architectureArchitectsGehry, Frank O.,Goff, Bruce,Morphosis Architects19551968198719881989199719992002200420058831031720.92NA737.E362574ocn047658782book20020.66Jackson, NCalifornia modern : the architecture of Craig EllwoodHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"If ever there were a product of Hollywood, it was architect Craig Ellwood (1922-1992). A fiction of his own making - even his name was an invention - Ellwood fashioned a career through charm, ambition, and the unerring eye of a connoisseur. Employing a team of talented assistants, Ellwood developed a thriving practice that infused the Germanic rationalism of Mies van der Rohe with an informal breeziness that was all Southern California. In the 1950s, a series of dramatic, open, and elegant homes made him a media star, and interest in the work of his atelier has only increased over time."+-+9858343106722ocn051816812book20020.88Pérez-Méndez, AlfonsoCraig Ellwood : in the spirit of the time+-+8853670793324125ocn610793204book19990.79Ellwood, CraigCraig Ellwood : 15 casas = 15 houses+-+9565770793324103ocn247884220book19680.59McCoy, EstherCraig Ellwood : architecture+-+075760594592ocn248371674book20020.70Jackson, NCraig EllwoodCriticism, interpretation, etcCraig Ellwood, the Californian Modernist is best known for the Los Angeles Case Study Houses, was a product of Hollywood, fashioned and honed by ambition. This text examines both the architecture and the colourful life of this extraordinary man+-+873741103632411ocn689515855book20020.47Pérez-Méndez, AlfonsoCraig Ellwood : con el espíritu de la época2912ocn000000892book19680.63McCoy, EstherCraig Ellwood; architecture883ocn037551045book19970.59McCoy, EstherCraig Ellwood : architecture+-+0757605945781ocn049593698book20020.70Jackson, NCraig EllwoodCriticism, interpretation, etcCraig Ellwood, the Californian Modernist is best known for the Los Angeles Case Study Houses, was a product of Hollywood, fashioned and honed by ambition. This text examines both the architecture and the colourful life of this extraordinary man+-+8737411036324362ocn015037681book19870.97Richardson, SaraCraig Ellwood : a bibliographyHistoryBibliography221ocn057310040book20040.79Ellwood, CraigCraig Ellwood : 15 casas = 15 houses+-+956577079332432ocn154127496visu19880.47Los AngelesSlidesLos Angeles represents more than any other city, the American dream of wealth, speed, freedom, mobility. This selection of slides shows but a fraction of the architecture on offer but gives some idea of the variety in this city21ocn313682130book20020.88Pérez-Méndez, AlfonsoCraig Ellwood : in the spirit of the time+-+885367079332411ocn048533938rcrd19551.00Ellwood, CraigJohn Peter interviews Craig EllwoodInterviewsJohn Peter interviews the architect Craig Ellwood who discusses how he became an architect, and his architectural influences11ocn844321885book20020.66Jackson, NCalifornia modern : the architecture of Craig EllwoodHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"If ever there were a product of Hollywood, it was architect Craig Ellwood (1922-1992). A fiction of his own making - even his name was an invention - Ellwood fashioned a career through charm, ambition, and the unerring eye of a connoisseur. Employing a team of talented assistants, Ellwood developed a thriving practice that infused the Germanic rationalism of Mies van der Rohe with an informal breeziness that was all Southern California. In the 1950s, a series of dramatic, open, and elegant homes made him a media star, and interest in the work of his atelier has only increased over time."+-+9858343106+-+9858343106+-+9858343106Fri Mar 21 15:59:24 EDT 2014batch9266