Palm Springs — A Modernist Desert Oasis

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Albert Frey, one of the most important modern architects of our time and widely known as a father of Desert Modernism, lived and worked in Palm Springs, California, for almost 65 years. In 1934, the Swiss-born architect came to Palm Springs to work on a project with architect A. Lawrence Kocher, whose brother needed an office for his real estate/insurance business.

Images: Ger Ger Words: Tina Ger

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