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Here's the Putterman House by Hugh Newell Jacobson from 1980. This design has it all: modern lines, post-modern adoption of varied forms and reference points, and a very American fascination with rural working buildings. If a house is meant to echo a face

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Originally appeared in Best Midcentury Homes in America
on March 14, 2014
Here's the Putterman House by Hugh Newell Jacobson from 1980. This design has it all: modern lines, post-modern adoption of varied forms and reference points, and a very American fascination with rural working buildings. If a house is meant to echo a face
Here's the Putterman House by Hugh Newell Jacobson from 1980. This design has it all: modern lines, post-modern adoption of varied forms and reference points, and a very American fascination with rural working buildings. If a house is meant to echo a face with it's windows and door as eyes and a mouth, this one to me looks like a rabbit. Photo by Victoria Sambunaris.

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