D.C.’s ‘Disappearing’ Ranches
The Washington Post Real Estate section ran a piece yesterday detailing the increasing trend of people in the D.C. area turning modest mid-century single-story ranches into anything other than modest mid-century single-story ranches.
Described as “an American architectural problem child,” the Post article says “ranches fell into disfavor, and now Read More >
November 26, 2006
1965 Goodman Townhome Near Lake Anne Village in Reston
When Robert Simon started developing Reston as a modern planned community in the early 1960s, he asked Charles Goodman to design the first set of homes. Goodman designed a number of the townhome clusters, which have become known as Hickory Cluster, and high-rise apartment buildings. This 2 bedroom/1.5 bath Goodman-designed Read More >
November 22, 2006