The Seeley house – built in Long Beach California – is one of the first projects that architect Edward A. Killingsworth accepted without partners Brady and Smith, with whom he designed four of the most known Case Study Houses.
Edward A. Killingsworth was born in Tafte, California, in 1917. After graduating at the University of Southern California in 1940, for eight years he worked in partnership with Kenneth S. Wing in Long Beach, California.
In 1953 he formed a notorious partnership with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith – Killingsworth, Brady & Smith – until Smith retired in 1963.
During their partnership, the architects designed the Case Study Houses #23, #25, and #26. In addition to residential commissions.
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