Housing Courts in LA: Humble Origins & Elegant Evolutions, 1900-1930
High-end bungalow courts represented the epitome of attractive and spacious multi-family housing in early twentieth-century Southern California. This dwelling type is often thought of as the invention of talented and progressive architects, but its design and development was also the logical extension and refinement of established housing patterns, and courts ran the gamut from haven to hovel. Architect Todd Gish, PhD, will set a historical context for this important architectural form, featuring… Show more
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