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Dishing the Dirt on Design

Dishing the Dirt on Design

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February 27th 2013:Paul Revere Williams, Architect to the Stars

Often described as “Architect to the Stars,” Paul Williams left an indelible mark on architecture during a prolific career that spanned almost 60 years. The first African-American member and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, he became known for designs which were stylized and elegant. He had an extraordinary capability with Southern California historical styles, yet he was equally comfortable with modern design. His vast body of work stretches from Beverly Hills and New York to Paris and Colombia, including such luminary clients as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Tyrone Power, Da

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Karen Hudson

Karen Hudson is the granddaughter and biographer of architect Paul Revere Williams. She is the author of Paul R. Williams, Architect: A Legacy of Style and The Will and The Way, a young readers’ biography on Mr. Williams. Her latest book is Paul R. Williams, Classic Hollywood Style, a look at some of his most magnificent homes in the Los Angeles area. She is also the co-author of Basic Black: Home Training for Modern Times and The New Basic Black. She is a third generation Angeleno and is currently writing a book on the lives of both of her grandfathers, chronicling early Black Los Angeles.
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