Albert Frey Logo Long Sleeved T-Shirt
Description: Limited edition building logo of architect Albert Frey. The T-shirt features the Kocher-Samson building, 1934, in downtown Palm Springs. Architects: A. Lawrence Kocher and Albert Frey. In collaboration with the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Product Details: This laundered and relaxed unisex jersey T shirt fits like a well-loved favorite featuring a classic crew neck with side seams. Meets S&S Sustainable Materials, Manufacturing, & Socially Conscious Manufacturing criteria. 100% No Sweatshops & Eco-Friendly. Designed and printed in the desert.
Fabrication: Superior 100% ring spun cotton
UNISEX: Chest Width(Laid Flat)
S Small: 18 ¬º‚Äô
M Medium: 20 ¬º‚Äô
L Large: 22
XL Extra Large: 24
3XL: 27 ¬æ"
About the Albert Frey Collection
Swiss architect Albert Frey moved to Palm Springs in the fall of 1934. Together with notable peers such as E. Stewart Williams, Richard Neutra, and John Lautner, his work transformed the architectural landscape of the Coachella Valley and came to define desert modernism.
The Albert Frey collection, produced in collaboration with the Palm Springs Art Museum and its Architecture and Design Center, pays homage to the architect‚Äôs profound influence on Greater Palm Springs. These limited-edition pieces are the perfect Palm Springs gifts for any architecture or design enthusiast in your life.
Please visit in store with our retail partners in downtown Palm Springs at Palm Springs Art Museum, A + D Center, and Destination PSP.