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The Welles home in Pepper Pike was designed by architect Fred. S. Toguchi to take advantage of the sloping, heavily wooded site. This photo shows the rear of the house, built in 1964.
he Rosenfeld home in Shaker Heights was designed by architect Fred. S. Toguchi and built in 1965. The house has a main living area flanked by a garage on one side and a large music room on the other. A sunken living room is off a passage between the main living quarters and the music room.
The Griesinger home in Gates Mills has underdone energy-saving renovations by current owner Peter Griesinger, whose parents had the house built in 1952. It was designed by architect Robert A. Little.
The square home that architect Harold B. Burdick built for himself in Cleveland Heights in 1938-39 was intended as a prototype for an affordable modern house. It was among the first homes to have fluorescent lighting and an all-electric kitchen, and was opened for public showings.
A central atrium rises to the full height of the Ford home in Hunting Valley, designed by architect John Terence Kelly and built in 1964.
The Krieger-Sato home in Waite Hill was designed by Ernst Payer, an architect who designed several noteworthy homes in Cleveland's eastern suburbs.The one-story house, built in 1949-50, comprises four wings and has floor-to-ceiling glass on three walls of the living room.
The cover of Cleveland goes Modern Design for the home 1930 -1970 by Nina Freedlander Gibans and James D. Gibans.