The Schweikher House is once again participating in Docomomo US Tour Day this year and we are featuring specialized, in-depth, tours on October 9th. Tours will be focused on the influence of Japanese architecture and culture on the design of Paul Schweikher's own home in Schaumburg, led by an architect docent, as well as a tour designed around the influence worldwide travels had on artist, Doomsday Clock creator, and Schweikher House steward, Martyl Langsdorf.
Saturday October 9, 2021
10:00 am - 11:30 am | Japanese influence on the Schweikher House
11:30 am - 1:00 pm | Martyl (Langsdorf) travel influences on her art
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm | Japanese influence on the Schweikher House
- The 10 am and 1 pm tours will include a discussion of the Japanese influence on Schweikher’s own home through a thoughtful, deliberate and masterful integration of wood, brick and glass, while incorporating a harmonious relationship with the outdoors.
- The 11:30 am tour offers special attention to the stewardship of Martyl Langsdorf, her worldwide travels and its influence on her prolific art career.