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August 18, 2009


Andrew Raimist


I've looked at this house many times while photographing its exterior. While the house was not designed by Harris Armstrong, it is of the same era as other white modernist homes from the pre-WWII era.

Some good local examples of white-painted brick homes taking inspiration from the International Style:

-- Edouard Mutrux-designed house: http://www.flickr.com/search/?s=int&ss=2&w=56787592%40N00&q=mutrux+bassett&m=text

-- Charles Eames-designed house: http://www.flickr.com/search/?s=int&ss=2&w=56787592%40N00&q=eames+dean&m=text

-- Harris Armstrong-designed house: http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=cori+historic+white&s=int&ss=2&m=tags

Andrew Raimist

Andrew Raimist

I forgot to link to some of my photographs of the house on South Geyer Road in Kirkwood.


If anyone knows the story of this house, its original owners, architect, builder, or other information, I would be most interested to speak with you.

Andrew Raimist

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