Christmas Card from "Craig and Gloria Ellwood" to Charles and Ray Eames, 1965

The late Los Angeles–based Modernist architect Craig Ellwood began his design career as an estimator for the 1949 Entenza House—also known as Case Study No. 9, part of a series of homes sponsored by Arts & Architecture and editor John Entenza—which was designed by Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen on the lot adjacent to the Eames House (Case Study No. 8). Ellwood would go on to add three Case Study Houses of his own to the program during his prolific architecture career in Southern California. —Architect Magazine

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