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A. Quincy Jones: Building For Better Living

May 25Sep 08, 2013

  • Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

    St. Michael's and All Angels Episcopal Church by A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons, 1960–62. Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

  • Photo: Julius Shulman and Juergen Nogai, 2007. © Juergen Nogai

    Sunnylands by A. Quincy Jones, 1963–1966. Photo: Julius Shulman and Juergen Nogai, 2007. © Juergen Nogai

  • Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

    Jones and Emmons office building by A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons, 1954–55 (phase 1), 1957–59 (addition). Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

  • Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

    Milton S. Tyre House by A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons, 1951–54. Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

  • Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

    Sidney F. and Frances Brody House by A. Quincy Jones, 1948–51. Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

  • Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

    Site Office, Mutual Housing Association (Crestwood Hills) by A. Quincy Jones, Whitney Smith, and Edgardo Contini, 1946–50. Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

  • Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

    Schneidman House, Mutual Housing Association (Crestwood Hills) by A. Quincy Jones, Whitney Smith, and Edgardo Contini, 1946–50. Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

  • Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

    Gross House, Mutual Housing Association (Crestwood Hills) by A. Quincy Jones, Whitney Smith, and Edgardo Contini, 1946–50. Photograph by Jason Schmidt, 2012. Courtesy Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

This is the first monographic exhibition on A. Quincy Jones and his significant impact on the built environment of Southern California.  The Hammer explores a range of Jones’s projects, from his acclaimed residential designs to his serious consideration of the iconic postwar tract house, revealing the architect’s sensitivity to scale, material and his clients’ needs.

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