May 25, 2021
The Epstein archive room is filled with a number of AEC industry publications, including bound compilations of the Central Manufacturing District’s (CMD) monthly magazine from the early 40s through the mid-50s, a selection of Progressive Architecture from the early 50s through the mid-60s, as well as the feature of today’s post: an issue of Architecture and Design from July 1939, which was solely dedicated to the work of Epstein.
In the issue, the grand diversity of Epstein’s project types and market sectors is evident, demonstrated in the profile by showcasing banks, retail shops, airport hangars, exhibition centers, office buildings, and manufacturing plants. In addition, our growing work across the country is highlighted, including a number a projects for the CMD in southern California.
Lastly, the diversity of project types and locales is also matched with equally-diverse examples of architectural styles, including grand buildings showcasing Gothic Revial, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revial and Art Moderne.