Renee Brown

Palm Springs Historical Society

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Associate curator and director of education with the Palm Springs Historical Society.

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William Krisel proudly designed homes for the masses. But these weren’t the cookie-cutter stucco boxes of Lakewood or other early southern California suburbs.

Remembering William Krisel, architect who defined Palms Springs style

William Krisel proudly designed homes for the masses. But these weren’t the cookie-cutter stucco boxes of Lakewood or other early southern California suburbs.

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