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Structure: Fiser HouseLocation: Knoxville, TennesseeArchitect: Hubert BebbDate: 1961Tidbit: In the early 1960s, Knoxville, Tennessee had a prominent home builder named John Fiser. Joe had always wanted a lake house, so when the time came, he turned to notable Gatlinburg architect Hubert Bebb and had him design a gargantuan 4,600, tri-level, hexagonal-shaped house

Structure: Joseph Goodstein ResidenceLocation: Knoxville, TennesseeArchitect: Joseph S. GoodsteinDate: 1964Tidbit: The Sequoyah Hills neighborhood of Knoxville, Tennessee is known for large traditional style houses. But peppered in among them are a handful of interesting mid-century modern style residences. This, is one of those houses. The strikingly modern home was designed by architect Joseph

Structure: Stewart Henslee House (called "Fairhill")Location: Knoxville, TennesseeArchitect: Cliff MayDate: 1949Story: In the early 1940s, a Knoxville, Tennessee furniture salesman (Stewart Henslee) joined up with the Navy. He was stationed at Naval Base Coronado (NBC), a base that sits on the island of Coronado, California (an island just off the coast of San Diego,

Structure: Glass House // Bill Shell ResidenceLocation: Knoxville, TennesseeArchitect: William "Bill" Starke ShellDate: 2002Story: Although we rarely venture this far outside of the mid-century era, this house deserves an honorable mention. Inspired by his time spent working with Mies van der Rohe in Chicago, University of Tennessee Professor Bill Shell bought a wooded parcel