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Tiny Homes on the Move Frank Lloyd Wright on the West Coast

Talk and Book-Signing Thursday September 18th 7 - 9 PM

Local Architectural Historian / Author Mark A. Wilson will make a power-point presentation, answer questions, and sign copies of his new book.

As always, come early for best seats!

$50.00 Hardcover, Gibbs Smith 2014


Tiny Homes on the Move June's event with Lloyd Kahn was a sellout!

We had a couple of VERY cool "Tiny Homes" parked outside that everyone enjoyed exploring...

Here's a link to a "Flip-Book", 32 pages from Tiny Homes on the Move...certainly not as good as the book, but pretty cool!


Tiny Homes on the Move We just had to share our rediscovery of a short film by Charles and Ray Eames.

Check out: Powers of Ten


Spruce: A Step-By-Step Guide to Upholstery and Design  April's Event with Spruce's Amanda Brown was wonderful! Here's a link to Amanda's upholstery shop and tips on YouTube.

What a great match for Berkeley's "Maker" culture. Upholstery is certainly challenging, but with this great new book...certainly "doable".

Invitation to Architecture: Discovering Delight in the World Built Around Us April's Event with Max Jacobson and Shelley Brock was inspiring. Check out their "Book Trailer" on YouTube.

"Just what is this thing we call Architecture?"


 

 


 


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