Williams-Levant house, Westport.
Barry Byrne, architect. 1934 (currently for sale)
The Architect Michael Glynn stopped by the shop the yesterday and told me about a super cool exhibition he has put together at the Westport Conneticut Historical Society.
Looks like it is WELL worth the vist!
I want more Michael, when is the book being published???
All photos by Michael Glynn (copyright).
This is is great.
WAY ahead of the curve.
This has to be one of the earliest examples of International Style architecture in the US.
Corwin house, Weston.
Richard Neutra, 1954
Neutra in Connecticut.
I am seriously jealous.
Wasserman house, Weston.
John Fowler, 1963
This one has "Key Party" written all over it,
although I would have pegged it at '78 not '63.
(Sorry about the type face going back and forth, that's what I get for being lazy and cuttin' and pastin'....)
Allan Gelbin house, Weston.
Allan Gelbin, architect, 1965 (currently for sale)
More on this very sweet home by an assistant to Frank Lloyd Wright here:
This is a great house, but pricey at 1.8 mil. I feel.
Florimond Duke house, Green's Farms (Westport).
Erard Matthiessen, 1937
Very Ayn Rand / Howard Roark.
Greenwald house, Weston.
Mies van der Rohe, 1955-56
Sorry Mies, this is a DOG.
Looks like a school, and not in a good way....
Unitarian Church of Fairfield County, Westport.
Victor Lundy, architect, 1960
Nice job Vic.
This is wonderful and I couldn't imagine more perfect architecture for a church.
Even I would go to church if I could go here!
What are those chairs?
Trinkaus house, Weston.
Allan Gelbin, architect, 1964
Allan gets his FLW groove on again.
Koizim house, Westport.
MLTW/Charles Moore and William Turnbull, 1968
I would have pegged this for "88. Again, an architect/s ahead of his/their time.
R. P. Ettinger house, Westport/Norwalk boundary.
Kahn and Jacobs, 1940
This one is a bit odd, but it has been growing on me....