Mickey Muennig, student of Bruce Goff

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Paul Ringstrom
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Mickey Muennig, student of Bruce Goff

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Father of Big Sur architecture, the unsung pioneer of California’s iconoclastic organic architecture movement

https://www.dwell.com/article/big-sur-a ... g-2eca529b
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

Tom
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Re: Mickey Muennig, student of Bruce Goff

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Thanks for posting this. Never heard of Mueinig and always wondered about the origins of Big Sur architecture.

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Re: Mickey Muennig, student of Bruce Goff

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Another architect of the place and the period was Mark Mills, who landed there c. 1951 to help build Wright's Walker house in Carmel, and stayed in the area for the remainder of his career.

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