Walter White: Coachella Valley Farm (Indio, Calif.)

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Description

The Coachella Valley Farms development was initially designed to be the largest small-farm development in the world. With each homestead located on their own long and narrow two acre plots, the houses (with backyard pool) were near the road, with the majority of the plot dedicated to farming. and stables for livestock at the far end. The development was not successful, and eventually the area was renamed Bermuda Dunes and became a country club.

Creator

Walter White, architect

Source

Walter S. White papers, Architecture and Design Collection; Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.

Date

1954

Rights

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Citation

Walter White, architect, “Walter White: Coachella Valley Farm (Indio, Calif.),” UCSB ADC Omeka, accessed October 26, 2021, http://www.adc-exhibits.museum.ucsb.edu/items/show/582.