Case Study Houses : arts & architecture

"Case Study House #24 by Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons. This was one of my favorite homes from the program, a modern ranch, but partially under ground, partially behind bermed walls, full of courtyards, and glass walls with complete privacy. The plan also had an adaption for a small professional office at the front of the house, which if combined with the adjacent scullery kitchen could become a tiny studio apartment. To me it was a great flexible floor plan, unfortunately never built.
Much to my surprise I found a PDF file online at the Arts & Architecture magazine web site which was an excerpt from their original article on the CSH #24 house. I discovered they have similar articles posted for each of the Case Study Houses – a fantastic resource for modern house fans.
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