Albert Frey Building Logo Tote
Limited edition building logo of architect Albert Frey. The tote features the Kocher-Samson building, 1934, in downtown Palm Springs. Architects: A. Lawrence Kocher and Albert Frey. In collaboration with the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Reinforced shoulder straps, one large main compartment
Heavy weight, 9.4 oz
100% cotton canvas
One size 16-1/2" x 16-1/2"
Gusset width: 3.7"
Albert Frey was a Swiss-born architect who established a style of modernist architecture centered on Palm Springs, California, United States, that came to be known as "desert modernism."
Frey had early career successes in Paris and New York before moving to Palm Springs where he realized most of his life work. His unique “simple but severe” style of Desert Modernism cemented his legacy as one of the most influential architects, not only in the Coachella Valley, but also in the United States and the world.
Albert Frey was well known in the Palm Springs architecture scene for having designed some of the town's most iconic buildings.
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