Indiana Avenue Houses

Frank Gehry
1981



These three houses, actually artists' studios/residences, are sheathed in different materials: the front in green asphalt shingles, the middle in plywood, the rear in blue stucco. The eccentric size and placement of windows and the exterior "stairway" forms on the front apartment are typical of Gehry's architecture.

View from the northeast, view from the north, and detail of the rear apartment from the north




Other works by Gehry on this site include: California Aerospace Museum, Edgemar Mall, Frances Howard Goldwyn Regional Branch Library, Loyola Law School, Norton House, Spiller House, University of Toledo Art Building, and Vontz Center for Molecular Studies.


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