Lloyd Kahn

What Really Happened in the Sixties?

A longtime Bolinas resident, Lloyd was living in San Francisco in the 1960s and has a powerful narrative about what he believes really happened between 1963 and 1967. He has some wonderful visual images that capture that iconic moment in time. Join Michael Lerner in a conversation with author, publisher, and Bolinas resident Lloyd Kahn about the decade and shared some slides from Home Work—evidence that the power of the 1960s lives on in the buildings visionary home builders are still creating today.

Event attendees Bill Braasch has a slideshow of the event on his blog. Thanks, Bill!

What Happened in the Sixties?


Lloyd Kahn

Lloyd creates visually exquisite and conceptually visionary books about the buildings we live in. His most recent book is Home Work: Handbuilt Shelter. Lloyd Kahn is the editor and publisher of Shelter Publications in Bolinas, California. He was formerly the shelter editor for the Whole Earth Catalog, the editor of the 1973 book Shelter. Shelter Publications has been in business for 37 years and has also published the international bestseller Stretching, by Bob Anderson. Their latest book is The Barefoot Architect: A Manual On Green Building.