Ezamples of American architecture; A) Sea Ranch B) The Price House C-D) The Smith House E) The Salk Institute F) Nebraska State Capitol: plans
|Architect/Designer||Moore Lyndon Turnbull Whitaker|
|Goff, Bruce (1904-1982)|
|Platt, Charles Adam (1861-1933)|
|Kahn, Louis Isidore (1901-1974)|
|Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor (1869-1924)|
|Style||Modern Movement | Beaux-Arts|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Subject||Educational buildings ; Country houses ; Holiday villages ; Government buildings ; Houses|
SOURCE: John Musgrove (ed.). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of architecture, 19th ed. (Butterworths, 1987), p. 1420 NOTES: Sea Ranch is a resort in northern California, by architects Moore Lyndon Turnbull Whittaker, designed 1964-1965 with landscaping by Lawrence Halprin. The Price House is in Bartlesville, Oaklahoma designed by Bruce Goff 1956-1958. The Smith House (also called Timberline) is a country house outside Philadelphia by the architect Charles Adam Platt, built 1907-1908. The Salk Institute is at La Jolla, California by Louis Kahn, completed 1966. Nebraska State Capital, situated in Lincoln, Nebraska was designed by Bertram Goodhue (1921-1931) in a Beaux Arts style.
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