“The Case Study House program, a landmark American architectural experiment was announced in 1945 by publisher, John Entenza, in his magazine, Arts and Architecture. The impetus of the program was to build homes, which would serve as model environments for post-war living using pre-fabricated, industrial and other materials developed during World War II. The Case Study Homes were mostly built in Southern California during an optimistic, challenging and creative era in American architecture.”
— Bernadine Styburski Director, Eames Foundation
Explore two stunning Case Study Houses
Case Study House #8 — The Eames House (exterior only with interior visable through large open doorways)
Designed, built and lived in by the world renowned mid-century designers, Charles and Ray Eames.
Case Study House #22 — The Stahl House (interior & exterior)
The iconic family home featured in countless films, television shows and advertisements.
Mid-century modern enthusiasts travel from all over the world to view just one of these houses. This is your opportunity to experience both homes with a uniquely qualified guide. Andrew Edelstein has been a docent for the Eames Foundation for the past three years and is the only person to give tours at The Stahl House (that is not a member of the Stahl family). With Andrew as your guide, you will delve into the fascinating stories of living in a Case Study House as well as hearing about the history of the Case Study House Program.
Includes transportation between the Eames House and the Stahl House, entrance fees and refreshments.
Space is limited so make your reservation today!