850 Roaring Fork
Year:1947 more 40s
Style:Bauhaus / International
The following is an excerpt from Aspen Magazine, Holiday Season, 2011 by Joanie Crete:
“In 1955, Mr. Paepcke suggested my grandfather come to Aspen to see what it was all about. Five years later, Grandpapa bought that house we now live in, a 1947 Bauhaus-inspired house designed by Egbert Jacobson, the design director at Paepcke’s Container Corporation of America.
Looking back, I marvel at my grandparents’ extraordinary vision. After all, it was 1960 and the house was cubic and forlorn with a telephone pole out front. How extraordinary, too, that they filled the house with Bauhaus and Scandinavian Modern furniture; that they asked Herbert Bayer to design the master suite; that they left, or painted, the living room wall blue.”