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Davidson Residence, Bradenton, FL 1953


 

“...the architect has addressed the problem of dignity in the small house and has found a most satisfying answer in the calm ordering of precise, repetitive constructional bays. The slim rectangle opens on all sides to the winds; breeze and sun controls – along with the pleasant vaulted living room – have enriched the simple volume of this fine house. It is an excellent example of regional forces generating particular and significant forms.”

"Vaulted Ceiling, Four Porches in the South." Architectural Record 120 (November 1956): 177.



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