Join us for a one-hour tour of Bertram Goodhue’s sublime architectural legacy on the Caltech campus, where original buildings provide a rich display of an innovative design vocabulary that followed Goodhue’s ground-breaking work at the Panama-California Exposition in San Diego (1915).
Accompanying us on our walking tour of the campus will be Romy Wyllie, historian, lecturer in this year’s series, and author of definitive monographs on Bertram Goodhue and the architecture of the Caltech campus. Indeed, Ms. Wyllie is the developer of Caltech’s architecture tour programs, which have won acclaim for decades. (Gamblehouse.org)
Advanced tickets required: Brown Paper Tickets
Bertram Goodhue’s Legacy: A Tour of the Caltech Campus
Saturday, Feb. 9th, 10:30 a.m.
Tickets: Friends of Gamble House, $25; non-members, $35