University Hills Residence / David Webster George

This peaked house in Irving, Texas, was designed in the late 1960s by David Webster George, a venerated Dallas and Fort Worth-based architect and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. George was also an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West, and while the latter architect’s influences are visible, the home is uniquely George. Located in the University Hills Community, the 230-square-metre brick-and-timber residence is characterised by its striking combination butterfly roof, whose silhouette allows for multiple vaulted spaces in the bright, open interiors — via Curbed

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