Art Tuesdays - Craig Ellwood

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Tuesday, Apr 12 2011 by

Craig Ellwood (April 22, 1922 – May 30, 1992) was an influential Los Angeles-based modernist architect whose career spanned the early 1950s through the mid-1970s. Although untrained as an architect, Ellwood fashioned a persona and career through equal parts of a talent for good design, self-promotion and ambition. He was recognized professionally for fusing of the formalism of Mies van der Rohe with the informal style of California modernism.

'Art Center College of Design' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Art Center College of Design' by Craig Ellwood

'Joy Company' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Joy Company' by Craig Ellwood
'Hunt House' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Hunt House' by Craig Ellwood

'South Bay Bank' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'South Bay Bank' by Craig Ellwood

'Rosen House' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Rosen House' by Craig Ellwood

'Daphne Residence' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Daphne Residence' by Craig Ellwood
'Case Study House 1953' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Case Study House 1953' by Craig Ellwood

'Case Study House No. 18: Fields House' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Case Study House No. 18: Fields House' by Craig Ellwood
'Gerwin-Ostrow Office Building' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Gerwin-Ostrow Office Building' by Craig Ellwood

'Court Yard Apartments' by Craig Ellwood (Birds Eye)
'Court Yard Apartments' by Craig Ellwood

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