By Jack Flemming

As millions of soldiers returned home from World War II, the nation faced a housing shortage. In response to the pinch, Los Angeles-based Arts and Architecture magazine designed and commissioned 36 experimental houses to showcase innovative and inexpensive architecture techniques.

The group of homes, designed by notable architects such as Richard Neutra and Craig Ellwood, became known as the “Case Study Houses.”

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