architecture / design / details / modern living

W G Clark House

Architect W G Clark’s diminutive concrete and glass house in Charlottesville, was recently featured in C’ville Abode. It is quite poetic that the literal placement of the small house – monastic in quality –  at the fringe of a traditional city neighborhood of expansive brick piles alludes to Clark’s own position as the leading Modernist architect in a region full of nostalgia. Yet, it is this ironic disposition that is so attractive.

read more here in c’ville abode


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