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Eames House | Eames Foundation

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The Eames House, also known as Case Study House No. 8, is a landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture located in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles. It was designed and constructed in 1949 by husband-and-wife Charles and Ray Eames to serve as their home and studio. They lived in their home until their deaths: Charles in 1978 and Ray, ten years to the day, in 1988.

It was a home filled with gifts from friends, family and colleagues. The way the Eameses lived their life in their home echoed how they lived their life at work. They anticipated their guests’ needs – whether welcoming visitors at the house with delightful treats or when designing a chair and considering how best to meet the needs of the user — the guest in this case. They believed in the iterative process: the redesigning and rethinking of a project to improve

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Madison House Autism Foundation

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Learn more about the Madison House Autism Foundation on our About Us page and YouTube channel.

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Autism in the News


Madison House has re-vamped our news section to feature stories on topics ranging from housing to advocacy to employment. To view past stories, please visit our various news archives.

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National Conversation


View this brief animation to learn more about the current state of housing for those with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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RESOURCES FOR PARENTS


Madison House has compiled many of the best online resources for parents to navigate issues that may influence their autistic sons’ and daughters’ futures. Check out some of the resource catalogs listed below or visit the For Parents section to explore other pertinent topics.

 


 

Jeffrey Morris’ Story

Jeffrey’s post-secondary education program empowered him with the skills he

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