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Metcalf Award-Winning Design Provides Easy Access To All Rooms, February 1955

Metcalf Award-Winning Design Provides Easy Access To All Rooms, February 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 5, 1955
Caption
The 'Key' To The House: This hallway, viewed from a landing of the stairs which descend to the lower level of Prof. and Mrs. Dennison's home, is termed by the owners the key to the house. From it, one has access to every part of the home.

Metcalf Award-Winning Design Features Peaked Roof and Cedar Exterior, February 1955

Metcalf Award-Winning Design Features Peaked Roof and Cedar Exterior, February 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 5, 1955
Caption
Exterior of Cedar: The trim lines of Prof. and Mrs. David M. Dennison's home at 2511 hawthorne Rd. well illustrate the modern trend in styling. Note the slightly peaked roof. The exterior os of cedar. This home was designed by Robert C. Metcalf, local architect, and built by Lawrence A. Larson, also of Ann Arbor. It was completed in December.

Metcalf Award-Winning Design Emphasizes Openness In Dennison Home, February 1955

Metcalf Award-Winning Design Emphasizes Openness In Dennison Home, February 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 5, 1955
Caption
Open Planning: From the living room of Prof. and Mrs. David M. Dennison's home at 2511 Hawthorne Rd., an open path leads across the hall into the separate dining room. Some of the wall partitions do not quite reach the celing, thus adding an even greater feeling of openness throughout the home. The sloped roof is evident at the upper left.