Swiss-born architect Albert Frey (1903-1998) was Le Corbusier’s first prodigy to practice in the United States. After working with Corbu on International Style–defining projects such as the Villa Savoye, Frey immigrated and eventually landed in Palm Springs, California, where he formulated a distinct but nondogmatic style that brought high modernism to the high desert.

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