Two of Oklahoma's most important homes by Organic Architects were recently highlighted in a Financial Times article: Bruce Goff’s Bavinger House (1950) and Herb Greene’s Prairie
House (1961). As stated in the article: "they bookend a period when
the West Coast was seeing the restrained minimal modernism of the Case
Study Houses...and they propose an
alternative world and an idea of what might have been had mainstream
modernism not become the default position." Noting its importance, it makes the pain of losing the Bavinger House that much more painful. Could its ruin ever be made whole to resurrect this treasure? Read the article here.