Albert Frey - Frey II - Palm Springs Art Museum Poster
Graphic illustration of the Albert Frey "Frey II" house by Jacques Dupuy. Measure 18 inches by 24 inches. Comes rolled. Epson photo paper quality print. Special limited edition print.
Albert Frey (1903-1998), one of the most important modern architects of our time, lived and worked in Palm Springs since 1934.
Over a long and prolific career, he produced more than 200 building designs, including such notable local landmarks as the Palm Springs City Hall and the Aerial Tramway Valley Station with John Porter Clark.
Frey House ll, his long-time residence is perched on the hillside at the west end of Tahquitz Canyon Way. Frey House II, architect Albert Frey's second home in Palm Springs, was completed in 1964.
At the time it was built, it was at the highest elevation of any residence in the city. Frey took five years to select the site and a year to measure the movement of the sun using a 10-foot pole.
After reviewing his plans, Palm Springs City Hall called the design "crazy" but finally gave its approval.
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