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Graham Foundation awards DoppelHouse with a grant for new art & architecture book

We’re pleased to announce that DoppelHouse Press has received a grant from the Graham Foundation for Jacques and Jacqueline Groag, Architect and Designer: Two Hidden Figures of the Viennese Modern Movement by architecture historian Ursula Prokop. Prokop’s meticulous history restores Jacques and Jacqueline Groag to their rightful places in the pantheon of Viennese Modernists. She explores their individual … Continue reading

ARCHITECT sends up tribute to Charles Paterson and Escape Home

“Before I was going to meet Charles Paterson—the architect, hotelier, and patron who passed away on Aug. 8 at age 89 in Aspen, Colo.—a mutual friend gave me his autobiography Escape Home: Rebuilding a Life After the Anschluss,” writes Aaron Betsky, President of the School of Architecture at Taliesin in a tribute to Charles Paterson published in ARCHITECT. … Continue reading

Cofounder of DoppelHouse Press dies at age 89

We are saddened by the recent death of author, architectural designer, and hotelier Charles Paterson, who with his daughter, Carrie Paterson, founded DoppelHouse Press in 2011… Continue reading

Adolf Loos–A Private Portrait: “An excellent literary work.”

Recommended to all those interested not only in architecture but also in the dynamic era of twenties and thirties. … Continue reading

New review of Adolf Loos–A Private Portrait

Admirably fresh, interesting and well written…. Read more… Continue reading

Dingbat 2.0 reviewed by Dwarf and Giant

“For designers, LA-o-philes, architects & artists, futurists & historians, this is an indispensable tour of the bones and blueprints of our unique city.” Read more…. Continue reading

“Stucco Sublime” The Architect’s Newspaper reviews Dingbat 2.0

The book’s central matter, the field guide to dingbats, will change the way you see L.A. Continue reading

KCET’s Artbound considers dingbats and housing in L.A.

Almost every Angelino has a dingbat story. It might be a tale of love and loss in a sixties-era apartment complex or a joke about a friend who lived in stucco box in West L.A. with “stoner” scrawled across the facade in fancy script…. Continue reading

Dingbat 2.0

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 Angeles building type. Equally praised and vilified, dingbat apartments were a critical enabler of Los Angeles’ rapid post-war urban expansion. Known for their mid-century decorative facades, … Continue reading

New video – an interview with author Charles Paterson

On this happy occasion of reuniting two long lost friends, we wanted to post this interview that was shown during the exhibition “Werkbundsiedlung Vienna 1932 – A Model for New Living” curated by Eva-Maria Orosz and Andreas Nierhaus, running from Sept. 6, 2012 – Jan 13, 2013. Continue reading

Aspen Modern Website Features Charles Paterson and The Boomerang Lodge

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 among such notable company as Herbert Bayer, Fritz Benedict, and Buckminster Fuller. A short video history of the Wrightian-Organic movement in Aspen also mentions Paterson’s … Continue reading

Lecture & Book Signings with Christopher Long & Paulette Frankl

Paul T. Frankl GalleriesWe 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. Continue reading

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