15: Five Houses, plus American Scenes
The 20th-century canon contains many houses—small private structures built for the use and enjoyment of their owners, which have nonetheless become widely known, even familiar, to the architectural scholar and enthusiast. Inevitably, we know many such works mainly through representations. The essays that follow explore the diverse and sometimes misleading ways in which certain houses have become known, and understood (or misunderstood), and canonized.
James S. Russell, Richard Barnes
Lisa Findley, Tim Culvahouse
Jan Otakar Fischer
Matthew S. Witkovsky