Necrológicas 

Bernard Judge (1931-2021)

Bernard Judge (1931-2021)
Necrológicas 

Bernard Judge (1931-2021)

Carolina A. Miranda   /  Fuente:  Los Angeles Times
25/11/2021


There are few people who could say they met Buckminster Fuller, lived in Rudolph Schindler’s house, then helped preserve it, and then camped out on a private South Pacific atoll to build a rustic lodge for Marlon Brando. In fact, there may be only one: Los Angeles architect Bernard Judge.

Judge, a designer intrigued by experimental and low-cost designs that reused materials and sat lightly on the land, died in his sleep on Nov. 15 at the age of 90. The architect, in fact, took his last breath in an award-winning building of his own design: a treehouse-inspired home perched on four steel columns against a steep slope in the Hollywood Hills that was described as “a lark of a house” by a Times design writer in 1977 and graced the cover of Sunset magazine in 1978. His death was confirmed by his wife, Blaine Mallory, and his daughter from an earlier marriage, Sabrina Judge...

Los Angeles Times: Bernard Judge, architect who turned Buckminster Fuller-style dome into Hollywood house, dies


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