Las Vegas Studio 23.03.10

In 1968 Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi took a class of Yale architecture students to Las Vegas. Here are the snapshots from the now famous trip.

Four years after the trip Scott Brown’s and Venturi’s seminal book Learning From Las Vegas came out, celebrating the architecture of Vegas.

In icon 082 Charles Holland reviewed the Yale exhibition and symposium What We Learned, investigating the influence of the book 40 years on. Read the review here.

The images in this gallery are collated in the book Las Vegas Studio: Images from the Archive of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. Edited by Stadler and Martino Stierli, Chicago University Press, 2009

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