The 1968 Elrod House in Palm Springs, Calif., one of the architect John Lautner's most famous private homes.
Nicolai Ouroussoff writes:
For those who find consolation in visionary architecture, Los Angeles has always been a powerful antidepressant. Its wealth of 20th-century treasures, mostly private homes, reminds us that it is possible to find quiet corners of enlightenment in dystopian times.
“Between Earth and Heaven: The Architecture of John Lautner,” an exhibition at the Hammer Museum, makes a strong case that Lautner’s role in forging that architectural legacy has been curiously underestimated.
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