Bruce Goff: 3 Houses (3 View-Master Reels)
Architect Bruce Goff (1904-1982) is recognized as one of the 20th century's great creative geniuses. The spatial and textural qualities of his work can now be better understood and enjoyed with the release of "Bruce Goff: 3 Houses," a packet of 21 full-color three-dimension photographs on three View-Master reels.
Each reel contains 7 interior and exterior views of one of Goff's extraordinary houses: The Ford House (1947; Aurora, Illinois), The Bavinger House (1950; Norman, Oklahoma) and The Joe Price House and Studio (1956-1974; Bartlesville, Oklahoma), known as Shin'enKan, which was completely destroyed by fire in 1996. Included in the packet are notes on Goff's work contributed by architect Malcolm Holzman, and thoughts by Goff himself on the nature and limits of photography.
First in a series documenting great works of architecture using stereoscopic (3-D) photography, "Bruce Goff: 3 Houses" is published by View Productions under the direction of Michael Kaplan and Gregory Terry. Michael Kaplan is Professor of Architecture Emeritus at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he has taught architectural design and theory. Winner of the AIA Education Honors Award in 1991, he is a licensed architect and has lectured and published widely on cultural aspects of architecture. He is a veteran stereo photographer; his lecture on the history, theory and practice of 3-dimensional architectural photography has been presented at venues throughout the United States. Gregory Terry is a graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Architecture. He received a Master of Architecture with Graphic Design concentration from North Carolina State University for a thesis entitled "A Center for View-Master Technology."
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