While at MacDowell, George Wagner worked on a monograph about several young German architects and on a lecture, "Ultrasuede," to be given at USC and which will perhaps evolve into the final essay of his book-in-progress, "Architecture and It's Surrogates: 1950-1975."
George Wagner worked in the Banks studio.
Banks, an ell on the north end of the Lodge dormitory, was first used as an artist’s studio in 1970. Since then, it has played host to an extraordinary list of writers. In all seasons, Fellows have enjoyed the pastoral view through the French doors facing a field extending to the north…