434 Pearl

Starting in the late 1950s, West End Bauhaus modernist houses appeared, their compact rectangular shapes in keeping with the scale of its modest Victorian cottages. A modest board-and-batten vacation home with modernist features, such as a flat shed roof, over-hanging eaves, and simple square windows, went up at 434 Pearl Court for a physicist affiliated with the nearby Aspen Center for Physics.

Year:

1957 more 50s

Architect:

Unknown

Type:

residential