Panelists, including editors Thurman Grant and Joshua G. Stein, architectural historian Steven Treffers, and architect Barbara Bestor discuss the many aspects of dingbat architecture and ways in which the apartment building type – synonymous with LA’s rapid post-war urban expansion – might be re-envisioned for the 21st century. Cohosted by the Society of Architectural Historians Southern California Chapter.
We are pleased to announce the upcoming publication of Dingbat 2.0 in the Spring of 2016. The book is the first critical study of the most ubiquitous and mundane Los… Read more Dingbat 2.0 →
We are happy to find Charles Paterson’s fruitful life and career included on the new Aspen Modern website. He can be found on the second row under the architects tab… Read more Aspen Modern Website Features Charles Paterson and The Boomerang Lodge →
We are so excited to be hosting Christopher Long, the editor of Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography and Paulette Frankl, Paul T. Frankl’s daughter on March 3 through 8, 2014.
We have several wonderful lecture and book signing events planned during which art, architecture, and design enthusiasts will have a chance to meet Christopher Long and Paulette Frankl, ask questions, and purchase signed copies of this award winning new book.
Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography is the never-before published memoir of one of the pioneers of American modernism. You can learn more about this title and read reviews by visiting THIS PAGE.
The Gap describes itself as “the most important magazine for pop culture and music in Austria.” It is no wonder that we were excited to find a review on this influential site about our latest title, Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography.
We are excited to announce that our latest title, Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography, was reviewed in the December 2013 issue of Architektur Aktuell. Read our translation of the German article below or download this article in its original German.
Since the inception of DoppelHouse Press, we have wanted to launch a Journal in which we can explore the many topics that interest us. 2014 marks the first year of The Nomadic Journal. Our first issue features a conversation with painter Liat Yossifor and a film review by Seph Rodney.
Escape Home — Rebuilding a Life after the Anschluss
By Charles Paterson and Carrie Paterson
Santa Monica Public Library
Sunday, July 21, 2013
2pm – 3:30pm