Women in Architecture: 4 California Pioneers
Women in Luxury presents a lecture by Marc Appleton about Women pioneers in Architecture featuring Edla Muir, Lutah Riggs, Lillian Rice & Julia Morgan.
Date: September 3rd
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00pm
Place: Beverly Hills Women’s Club - 1700 Chevy Chase Drive. Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Admission: Private Event
California Ranches: Lands in Transition
Architect Marc Appleton, author of Ranches: Home on the Range in California, will discuss the history of cattle ranching in California. Once a robust industry in the state, ranching is now a much diminished and challenged enterprise, says Appleton, and many ranchers are witnessing the passing of a way of life. As ranches fail, there is a renewed debate on how these lands might transition to other uses. Many fall prey to suburban sprawl but others offer instructive alternatives. A book signing will follow the talk. The lecture is presented by the California Garden & Landscape History Society.
Date: August 5th
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Place: Huntington Library (Rothenberg Hall)
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108
Admission: FREE (No Reservations Required)
Ojai Valley Museum presents a lecture by Marc Appleton about his book Ranches: Home On The Range In California
Date: July 14th
Time: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Place: 130 W. Ojai Avenue, Ojai, CA 93023
Admission: $5 admission, current members free.
Contact Phone: 805-640-1390
Architect Marc Appleton with co-author’s Bret Parsons & architectural historian Steve Vaught will make a multimedia presentation of their recently published biography about the “father of the Monterey Colonial Revival” style home, Roland E. Coate.
Date: March 10th
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Place: Hancock Park Historical Society
Known as the architect to the stars, Roland E. Coate designed homes for such Hollywood icons as David O. Selznick, Frank Capra, Myrna Loy & many other Hollywood moguls. Fashion icon Tom Ford now owns Betsy Bloomingdale’s famous Coate home in Holmby Hills. Recognized as a “virtuoso” of Spanish, Mediterranean & romantic revival, Coate was especially popular for his Monterey Colonial Revival homes & for the kind of residential designs that has become the definition of California charm, character & good bones.
Speakers: Marc Appleton, Bret Parsons, & Steve Vaught
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Florestal:Then & Now Lecture
In 1925, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cooper Bryce built a Spanish Colonial Revival house designed by architect George Washington Smith on fifty-two acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Hope Ranch in Santa Barbara, California.