Celebrating the Art of Residential Architecture in California
AIA Los Angeles commemorates the life and work of architect, educator and longtime AIA member Paul Bailly, who passed away on February 8.
A distinguished designer and scholar of architecture in Southern California, Paul made his formidable mark in single-family architecture.
For the past five decades, Paul was an educator at both the USC School of Architecture and the UCLA Department of Design, and had been a visiting architectural critic at the University of Utah.
Bailly is survived by his daughter, Catherine Bailly Dunne, A.S.I.D., an accomplished interior designer and author of “Designing for All Five Senses,” residing in Pacific Palisades, California; his son and partner, Paul Charles Bailly, also a custom home designer and screenwriter living in Buenos Aires; and his daughter, Leslie Lucille Bailly, an award-winning architect who has dedicated much of her time to Habitat for Humanity and public school projects – residing in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Bailly has two grandchildren, Alexis Bailly Dunne and Kaitlyn Bailly Dunne.
“I will remember my dad for being an extraordinarily loyal and caring husband to my mom, an amazingly loving dad, and a great friend to so many people he meaningfully touched in his life,” said daughter Catherine Dunne.