Join the Lautner Foundation and La Conservancy in this special event:
Preserving Lautner's Legacy: The Spectrum of Stewardship
Date : Sunday, October 9, 2011
Time : 3 - 5 p.m.
Where : Wilshire Christian Church Fellowship Hall
634 South Normandie Ave. (at Wilshire Blvd.)
Cost : $15 general public; $10 members of either presenting organization
Reservations required ; reception to follow.
If you have any questions, please call the Conservancy office at (213)[masked].
Per LA Conservancy website:
The Conservancy and the John Lautner Foundation are presenting a discussion with restoration architects and owners of Lautner homes about various approaches to stewardship—from restoration to reconstruction, and everything in between.
The distinguished panelists will provide brief visual presentations of five Lautner homes that have been renovated, then share a range of views on sustaining the master architect's built legacy. This candid dialogue will help to advance our collective thought and practice in terms of preserving Lautner (and other) structures in Los Angeles.
Moderated by Los Angeles Conservancy Executive Director Linda Dishman, the panel will include (in alphabetical order):
Malin Residence (Chemosphere).
Photo by Squid Ink on Flickr.
Helena Arahuete, Principal, Lautner Associates, discussing the Harvey Residence (1951)
Frank Escher, board member, The John Lautner Foundation and Principal, Escher GuneWardena Architecture, discussing the Malin Residence (Chemosphere) (1960)
Mark Haddawy, owner, Harpel Residence (1956)
Michael LaFetra, Conservancy board member and owner/past owner of several Lautner homes, discussing the Rawlins Residence (1980)
Ron Radziner, FAIA, Design Principal, Marmol Radziner, discussing the Garcia Residence (1962)
A reception will follow the discussion.
This special event is part of the John Lautner Turns 100 series, a year-long celebration of the legendary architect, who would have turned 100 this year. For more information about the series, visit johnlautner.org.
Space is limited, so reservations are required. You can make reservations below. If you have any questions, please call the Conservancy office at (213)[masked].
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