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Structure: Garlinghouse Plan #8160Location: Knoxville, TennesseeDate: 1957Tidbit: In the mid-century era, a house didn't have to be custom to be architect designed. You see, architects would often design and submit their house plans to house plan books / catalogues. Sometimes, the plan book companies would send employees out across the

Structure: Henry Neuhoff HouseLocation: Nashville, TennesseeArchitect: UnknownDate: 1939Tidbit: We haven’t yet featured a house where the architect is unknown, but I suppose there’s a first time for everything. Out in Nashville, Tennessee sits this striking house. More International Style than traditional mid-century, the house was designed for Henry Neuhoff. Neuhoff

Structure: Dr. Kenneth Knickerbocker HouseLocation: Knoxville, TennesseeArchitect: Edgar SheltonDate: 1955Tidbit: In 1946, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville hired an English professor named Dr. Kenneth Knickerbocker. Whilst Dr. Knickerbocker was traipsing about the campus (dressed in a tweed jacket and horn-rimmed spectacles, I’d imagine), Dr. Knickerbocker met an associate professor of

Structure: McCarty Cabin / E.H. McCarty Summer HomeLocation: Gatlinburg, TennesseeArchitect: Bruce McCartyDate: 1952Story: If you’ve ever searched Google for Knoxville mid-century modern architecture, chances are pretty high you’ve seen work designed by legendary Knoxville architect Bruce McCarty. Not even this blog is immune to Bruce’s charm…as evidenced by our recent