Palm Springs Life Magazine February 2019 - Print Edition

Palm Springs Life Magazine February 2019

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Palm Springs Life Magazine February 2019

ON THE COVER
The 1955 Cree House, designed by Albert Frey, has stirred curiosity among architecture buffs for decades. Its owner, Sam Harris of Sherman’s Deli & Bakery, has meticulously restored “the Forgotten Frey” and opens the house for public tours during Modernism Week, Feb. 14–24.
Photography by Lance Gerber

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Palm Springs Life Magazine February 2019

The Modernism Issue

VALLEY

The Forgotten Frey
The lovingly restored Cree House by Albert Frey opens for its first public tours during Modernism Week.
By David Lansing
Photographs by Lance Gerber

Objects of Desire
These rare modern marvels hail from a momentous design movement that may never cease — or cease to amaze us.
By Lisa Marie Hart
Photographs by Taylor Sherrill

Pink Gold
A fresh appreciation for distinctive architecture and a friendly vibe marks the 50th anniversary of Marrakesh Country Club.
By Steven Price
Photographs by Dan Chavkin

Editor’s Letter

Horoscope

111 EAST

Art
A new survey of Sam Francis paintings packs color, action, and a space to enter the sublime.

Drink
Bitters complement classic and mixologist-made craft cocktails. But what are they?

Books
“Nature Boy” William Pester found many reasons to seek a cure in the canyons near Palm Springs.

Design
An out-of-this-world exhibition puts a Space Age spin on Modernism Week.

Cameo
Elizabeth Smart turned a personal horror story into a mission to protect others.

111 WEST

Scene
Annenberg Theater, CV Rep, McCallum Theatre, The Waring, Jorge Mendez Gallery, Trio Restaurant, and Desert Jet.

SPECIAL SECTIONS

Uptown P.S.

The Guide

Home+Design

ON THE COVER
The 1955 Cree House, designed by Albert Frey, has stirred curiosity among architecture buffs for decades. Its owner, Sam Harris of Sherman’s Deli & Bakery, has meticulously restored “the Forgotten Frey” and opens the house for public tours during Modernism Week, Feb. 14–24.
Photography by Lance Gerber