When you think of Palm Springs, the architecture is synonymous with architect Albert Frey. His vision of a modernist utopia in the desert began during his first trip thereafter moving to the United States from Europe in 1930, and he spent the majority of his career bringing this vision of sleek, leisurely modernism to life. This book follows Frey’s long and prestigious career, taking in his notes on Le Corbusier and the De Stijl and Bauhaus movements. Written by Gloria Koenig. Edited by Peter Gössel.
- 8.4” x 10.3”
- 96 pages