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Ann Youngren In Front of 1936 Architect George Brigham Mid-Century Modern, January 1994

Ann Youngren In Front of 1936 Architect George Brigham Mid-Century Modern, January 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1994
Caption
Ann Youngren stands in front of her 1936 home, designed by architect George Brigham. Simple lines and a low-pitched roof reflect Frank Lloyd Wright's influence.

Study In Architect George Brigham Mid-Century Modern, January 1994

Study In Architect George Brigham Mid-Century Modern, January 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1994
Caption
The Youngrens' study contains two classic Charles Eames lounge chairs. On the wall: an Eames World War II molded-wood leg splint.

Youngers Update Architect George Brigham Mid-Century Modern, January 1994

Youngers Update Architect George Brigham Mid-Century Modern, January 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1994
Caption
In a living room filled with hard-edged shapes, matching sofas by Massimo and Elena Vignelli have box-like, lacquered-wood frames.

Brigham Mid-Century Modern Home Now Apartments, September 1997

Brigham Mid-Century Modern Home Now Apartments, September 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 20, 1997
Caption
Stephen Dunning, right, sits outside of his home on Oswego Street in Ann Arbor. Architect George Brigham originally designed the house for two generations of the same family to live in it. Far right [this photo], Jamar Holloway, left, and Bill Twarog relax in the house on Oxford Street that was Brigham's former home. It now consists of three apartments. Twarog calls the house 'the lodge' and Holloway says people who visit mistake it for a Frank Lloyd Wright design.