Paul V. Turner discusses early influences on his pursuit of architecture and how he became an architectural historian instead of a practicing architect, his research in Le Corbusier, his recollections of Lorenz Eitner, Al Elsen, John LaPlante and others, the evolution from the Department of Art and Architecture to the Department of Art and Art History, the challenges and accomplishments of the architecture program, his thoughts on Stanford's campus plan, his reflections on the Hanna House and Frank Lloyd Wright, and the challenges facing campus planning as the university continues to grow and expand physically, as well as academically.
Stanford’s damaged treasure: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hanna House.
Turner, Paul Venable
Paul Turner, professor of art and specialist in architectural history from the 18th to 20th centuries, delves into the fascinating history of Stanford’s Hanna House, with special focus on its architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Hanna House was severely damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and has undergone a major restoration.
motion picture, Paul Robert Hanna, Frank Lloyd Wright, Paul R. Hanna House (Stanford, Calif.), Usonian houses--California-Stanford, Architecture, Earthquakes, and Loma Prieta Earthquake