The Hoover Dam is completed.
The Golden Gate Bridge opens and the Hindenburg Disaster
Charles goes under the tutelage of Eliel Saarinen. At the
same time John Entenza buys the California Art and Architecture magazine, then changes
the name to Art and Architecture. People’s imaginations are also blooming as
proven by the broadcast of War of The Worlds which ensues panic in New York.
After a long build-up, WW2 begins.
In France, cave paintings from the Stone Age are found and
Charles meets Ray at Cranbrook Academy. Charles works at the academy and and at
Eero Saarinen’s office while Ray attends classes at Cranbrook.
Ray and Charles marry in Chicago during June, and in July move
to California. This year is also when the Manhattan Project begins.
Charles Eames and John Entenza nurture their friendship by coauthoring
an architectural forum.
IM Pei and E H Du Hart house 1943 is published in Art and
Architecture, called “Design for Post War Living” along with De Stijl’s work;
inspiring the Eames and influencing the façade of the Eames House.
A whole issue of Art and Architecture is dedicated to