Aluminaire House by Albert Frey and A. Lawrence Kocher Travels Cross-Country to Palm Springs

Promoted as the first all-metal prefab house in the U.S., Aluminaire debuted in 1931. It was a case study by Albert Frey, fresh out of Le Corbusier’s studio, and fellow architect A. Lawrence Kocher, then Architectural Record’s managing editor. And the venue was a week-long exhibition organized by the Architectural League of New Yorkwith Allied Arts and Industries.

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