A multimedia exhibit, "Blueprints for Modern Living: History and Legacy of the Case Study Houses (1945-1966)," will be sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Art at the Temporary Contemporary, 152 N. Central Ave., Oct. 17-Feb. 18. It will feature:
--A film series, 10 short films, including the world premiere of a film by Eames Demetrios, grandson of Charles Eames, "901: After 45 Years of Working," filmed at the Eames' former studio at 901 Venice Ave. in Venice.
--Full-scale reproductions of the Pierre Koenig house No. 22 and the Ralph Rapson house No. 4 (previously unbuilt).
--Models of 16 of the Case Study houses.
--Facade of the Ray and Charles Eames house, Case Study House No. 8, Pacific Palisades.
--A time line, 1945-66, describing the history of the period.
--Black-and-white and color photographs of the exteriors and interiors of the houses, most of them by Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand, from the period.
--Original blueprints and drawings.
--Art objects, paintings and sculptures, commissioned for the houses.
--Design objects of the period, 1945-66, including textiles, ceramics and industrial design objects, such as toasters, vacuum cleaners.