Materials such as brick, African Korina wood, Italian glass tile and cork defined spaces and created a serene environment. Sliding glass doors allowed a view of the garden, courtyard or terrace from every room.
The home has 2,720 square feet, four carports, two bedrooms, a library, formal and informal rooms and high ceilings. It was built on a half-acre plot in the prestigious Preston Hollow neighborhood in Dallas, Texas, and now enjoys a canopy of tall, mature trees and perfectly placed ornamental trees.
This is truly one of the finest examples of mid-century architecture in Dallas. It was kept in pristine condition by its original owners until it was listed and sold in 2009 by Douglas Newby.