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    Harwell Hamilton Harris’ 1936 Fellowship Park House is the single most important house developed in California of the Modernist style. Under appreciated today and not even on the National Historic Register, there are numerous reasons why it was overlooked; forgotten - by some coincidence of a transcription error from the Moma 1944 catalog: “Built in the USA”. Herein the digital translation of the work, Harris’s name was misspelled Karris. This for some reason has greatly affected the valency of the Fellowship Park House in terms of the main stream. Those in the know have come to see Harwell Harris as one of the Super Modernists, especially in terms of the California Modern.
Artist Erik Seidenglanz calls it “untitled style”... 
Fellowship Park House uses Japanese influeces and Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision of organic architecture, in the Taliessin Fellowship Publication Volume 1. No. 1, as well as the second issue also Titled No. 1,1
Now Being call the “untitled style”, coined by Art Historian Erik Seidenglanz in 2012. This house uses Japanese influences and Wright’s vision of organic architecture as described in the Talisin Journal 1, and also the second issue also titled number 1.
   
    With only 5 days of schooling under Richard Neutra he became a collaborator of Neutra eventually helping plan the city of San Francisco and its Bart Trains as seen in Rush City, These plans actually stem from the Elysian Heights Tract and neighborhood Fellowship Heights a grouping of Steep Hills Similar t                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      o Upper Market Street in San Francisco, Also Simialr to the Alaskan Stilt Mining Huts. Also developing the concept be hide LAX and the greater Transit system of Los Angeles in the mid 1930’s This House was a continuation of the Lowe. Neutra was building the Lovell house and had just hired Harwell Hamilton Harris after a short teaching intensive that led to Him Self , Gregory Ains and Pauline Schindler all being present for a personal class of about 10 people when a famous photo was captured of the group of would be architects anc critics posed with neutra. Later to be Called the Mod Squad. Schindler also Played a seminal role in shaping the young harwell harris with his material Ideas. Harwell made him home for less than 2490 dollars and became highly noted as the next architect to follow when his Lowe house was plagiarized by a Chicago firm whom won 1st prince in a national architecture competition and the press outed the firm for plagiarism and foregrounded Harwell Harris and so his tiny home got pleanty of exposer so much in fact that it won him 2 more awards in national compotions beating his boss Richard Neutra in the same competitive publications. Harwells Harris was really in love with life and Jean Murray Bangs. She is equally responsible for this turn against the nuclear family house and a fix on simplicity that is seen in the Fellowship park house here Union MGMT spirit and Rational Thinking as well as being tied to every one in the avant guard made them the ideal power couple , eventually the Two became the editor in chief of Art and Architecture during its formative years and before the Famed John Etenza Hijacks the Magazine in a power grab, leaving the Harris’s and Etenza estranged forever. Thus why Harris never builds a official Case Study. How ever he is the architect of John Etenza personal home. The conflict between them was so deep scaring that even protege of Harris Gordon Drake whom dies after only 7 years of designing building will not even mention the name John Etenza a honorable display of loyalty but inevitably a move that would obscure any architect as the case study program has become the defining symbol of the who’s who in modern architecture for the mainstream. But Harris’s Student Gordon Drake Takes more from the Fellowship park house than any thing else he can possibly reference and transcends the original intentions to develop the untitled style of California modern to the furthest ends of organic experimental residential architecture.