Environment and Psychology in Architecture and Urbanism: A Conversation with Volker M. Welter Part 3


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Our guest on this episode is Volker M. Welter, professor of art history at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Vernacular architecture in California: the Case Study Houses (2:00) — the Tremaine houses and family patronage of domestic architecture in midcentury America (4:30) — how the Tremaine family worked with different modern architects (9:45) — Burton G. Tremaine, Emily Hall Tremaine, and modernism (13:30) — Walter S. White and midcentury modern architecture in Santa Barbara (19:30) — Aspirational modernism: small houses in Palm Desert (22:30) — Walter S. White at the Kissing Camels Estate in Colorado (27:30)

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