Unexpected Modernism: The Architecture of The Wiener Brothers
Samuel G. Wiener and William B. Wiener were Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, brothers, and residents of Shreveport, Louisiana. Following a 1931 voyage of discovery to the Europe’s most prestigious design school, the Bauhaus, they became the most innovative and prolific modern architects in the American South and transformed our community in the process. Produced by Rachael Hansil. Written and Produced by Chris Lyon. Written and Directed by Gregory Kallenberg.