New Home Inspired by Sarasota School Modernism

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January 11, 2016

The Sarasota School of Architecture, a popular form of design created after World War II in Sarasota, Fla., is defined by innovative sunshades, ventilation systems, sliding glass doors, and floating staircases.

A new home built Sarasota balances those contemporary concepts and aesthetics with today’s safety guidelines. 

Dwell features the 950-square-foot house and the people who revived the design.

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