|1||Studio: An Inspiring Place To Work And Think - An Atmosphere Of Busyness|
|2||Upstairs: Sleep And Dreams - Reflections In The Glass, The Furniture, Balcony and Rooms|
|3||Living Room: Play And Relaxation - The Esthetic Value Of Large Glass Areas - The Interrelation Of Interior To Exterior|
|4||Reflections: The Final Statement Clearly Defines The Exterior Function Of The Glass Areas As They Reflect The Surroundings|
|5||Setting: The Unity Of The House And Its Natural Surroundings|
|6||Conclusion: "The House" - A Way Of Life, Not A Furnished Shell. A Constantly Satisfying Esthetic Experience, An Ever Practical Mode Of Existence|
|7||Prologue And Elements: The Exterior Of "The House" As A Complete Unit|
- Cello – Armand Kaproff
- Commissioned By – Charles Eames, Ray Eames
- Composed By – Elmer Bernstein
- Cover – Pat Field
- Flute – Marty Ruderman
- Harp – Dorothy Remsen
- Photography By – Marvin Rand
- Piano – Elmer Bernstein
NotesIn 1949, as part of Arts & Architecture magazine's "Case Study" program, Charles and Bernice "Ray" Eames designed and built the groundbreaking Eames House, Case Study House #8, as their home.
Located upon a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and hand-constructed within a matter of days entirely of pre-fabricated steel parts intended for industrial construction, it remains a milestone of modern architecture.
The house was included in a list of all-time top 10 houses in Los Angeles in a Los Angeles Times survey of experts in December 2008.
Elmer Bernstein was commissioned by Charles and Ray to write the divertissement "The House" as the soundtrack to an art film about their house.
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