Exhibit Begins: Donald Wexler: An Architectural Legacy
- Date: 02/05/2018
- Location: Palm Springs Public Library - Main Library Atrium
300 S. Sunrise Way
Palm Springs, California 92262
Exhibit: Donald Wexler: An Architectural Legacy
Innovative, economical, and poised, the architecture of Donald Wexler, FAIA, remains a hallmark of the landmark status of Palm Springs as a national and world center of great Modern Architecture. Wexler’s work shows a keen sense of proportion and sensitivity to its sites and climate, and his designs celebrate the essential roles of structure, light, and space. A number of key buildings designed by Donald Wexler are being nominated for recognition on the National Register of Historic Places. Come see extraordinary images of some of the very best of Donald Wexler’s important architectural feats, from beautiful homes for celebrities and unique residential inventions to exceptional public buildings such as the Palm Springs International Airport main terminal.
Palm Springs Modern Committee is proud to exhibit Wexler’s creations for continued appreciation and learning, in the Main Atrium of the Palm Springs Public Library, from February 5 - 28, 2018.