AKA: Motion Picture and Television Fund, Stark, Ray and Fran Assisted Living Villa, Woodland Hills, CA

Structure Type: built works - dwellings - housing - housing for the elderly

Designers: Millie and Severson, General Contractors (firm); Pereira, William L., Architect (firm); SmithGroup, Incorporated (firm); Theodore Davis (architect); Noble Lorain Millie (building contractor); Michael Nolan (architect); Rebecca Nolan (interior designer); William Leonard Pereira (architect); Charles Severson (building contractor)

Dates: constructed 1942

Woodland Hills, CA

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The Motion Picture Country House, Woodland Hills, CA, won an Honor Award from the Southern California Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 01/1947. The Awards Committee consisted of George B. Allison, Chair, Pierpont Davis, John Rex, and Byron Tharaldson; this committee invited John W. Root, FAIA, of Burnham and Root, Architects, Chicago, IL, Pietro Belluschi, Architect, Portland, OR, and Ernest Born, Architect, San Francisco, CA, to act as judges for the awards program that was halted between the years 1938-1946.

This retirement facility was expanded in 10/2001.

PCAD id: 3835