Case Study Houses were architectural projects that ran from the 1940s to 1960s as a mean to design affordable homes for the sudden boom in demand with soldiers returning from World War II. The idea of the design was to generate colorful schemes that reflects the era and the seemingly simple but complex design of the architectures.
Emphasize the uniqueness of each house in a clear manner that is eye-catching even on the size of a stamp.
Vibrant colored stamps with a retro tone. The Case Study Houses are illustrated to focus on the structural pieces that can identify each specific house.