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University of California , San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive MC 0657
La Jolla , California 92093
United States

Company Description: The University of California, San Diego, is one of the leading Universities in mixed-signal, microwave and mm-wave RFICs, digital communications, applied...   more

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For Keith York, founder and resident blogger of the web site, "Timing is everything. What makes San Diego different from other cities is "a confluence of unique variables" that drew people here after World War II. "Those who came at that time arrived with a different reason, rationale and disposition than did people who moved to most other American cities," different, even, from "Los Angeles's seemingly parallel track," York wrote. "San Diego's military prominence and the growth of associated industries drew commissioned officers and business leaders, enlisted soldiers, sailors and factory workers and their families," York continued. This population boom resulted in a market for custom homes (superbly designed for this place by native San Diegan Lloyd Ruocco, for example) and a great need for middle-class housing (fulfilled by tract home builders Palmer & Krisel and others). "And that need, coupled with an 'anything goes out west' cultural foundation allowed for new ideas, new technology, new materials - a veritable blank slate for many of the region's new residents," according to York. Read the full article by Ann Jarmusch HERE.
Topics ranging from "The California ..., 2 June 2009 [cached]
Topics ranging from "The California Design Aesthetic" to "Heath Ceramics" and "San Diego Designer-Craftsmen at Mid-Century" will be presented by respected authorities including exhibition curators Jo Lauria and Dale Carolyn Gluckman, San Diego collectors and modernism website founders Dave Hampton (ObjectsUSA) and Keith York ( and the owners of Heath Ceramics, Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic.
“Contemporary Architects Making ..., 14 Dec 2011 [cached]
“Contemporary Architects Making History” Opens with Keith York on Feb. 24 | read more » "Contemporary Architects Making History" Opens with Keith York on Feb. 24
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"Contemporary Architects Making History" Opens with Keith York on Feb. 24
Posted on Monday, February 21st, 2011 7:20 am by Middleton and Associates
Posted in La Jolla Real Estate Blog
February 24 - The La Jolla Historical Society's offering, The Contemporary Architects Making History 2011 Lecture Series begins this Thursday with founder Keith York. Keith York, who also happens to be a member of the San Diego Architecture Foundation's Board of Directors, will engross La Jolla locals in evaluating their architectural legacy and will aid them in understanding that their area's design future lies in their hands.
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York stated that he is going to draw attention to some of the great and not so great things (in terms of architecture) that have occurred in La Jolla. He added that he is going to begin his lecture by showing slides, survey of the city's architecture, and through his individualistic opinions, he hopes to solicit a response from the locals and get them to give a say about the city's future architecture.
York noted that he is not an architect but a historian and that he will be assessing the contribution of others and not his own. York added that his views are generally "a people's view of architecture. As the rest of the lecturers are architect and they are going to be discussing sighting, budgets, and materials, York is definitely a stand out as he is the only lecturer that is going to give something from a different standpoint.
Modern San Diego Real Estate, 25 Oct 2014 [cached]
Modern San Diego Real Estate was launched by Keith York (Big Block Realty, CA BRE # 01874926), a native San Diegan. Keith is an avid collector of mid-century design, and lives in a home designed by Craig Ellwood in 1953.
Keith York, has received accolades from San Diego city officials and preservationists for his restoration of Ellwood's only design in the county, as well as his thorough documentation of San Diego's modernist architecture via
Keith and his family enjoy daily life in Ellwood's Bobertz Residence. Hosting tours, giving lectures and moderating forums on the topic of San Diego's regional architectural heritage, Keith has become nearly synonymous with the topic.
Keith is experienced and knowledgeable about working with architects and contractors in restoration and remodeling projects, and is happy to help long-time owners refresh their living spaces, or help new buyers find creative ways to make a house their home.
KEITH YORK, programming ..., 23 Mar 2007 [cached]
KEITH YORK, programming director at KPBS Keith York serves as Television programming Manager for KPBS, San Diego's PBS affiliate.In this role Mr. York acts as Program Scheduler, On-Air Promotion Manager as well as Executive Producer.Keith has produced a number of long-form and short documentaries for local, national and international distribution - including his most recent project "Moog" for Showtime.Mr. York was named 2003 Innovator of Year by the PBS system and currently serves on PBS' Development Advisory Committee and on the board of Public Television Programmers Association.Keith York is a native San Diegan.
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