Sarasota School of Architecture

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7712&7660 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 8,496 SqFt

7712&7660 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota

$13,300,000 ↑ $1,350,000
545 Mckinley Dr, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 8,500 SqFt

545 Mckinley Dr, Sarasota

$10,000,000 ↑ $2,000,000
8218 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 7 Beds
  • 8 Baths
  • 10,624 SqFt

8218 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota

$9,950,000
7712 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 6,480 SqFt

7712 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota

$8,900,000 ↑ $1,000,000
125 Big Pass Ln, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 4,472 SqFt

125 Big Pass Ln, Sarasota

$7,530,000 ↑ $10,000
New
1041 Albee Farm Rd, Venice
  • Land
  • 0 Beds
  • 0 Baths
  • 0 SqFt

1041 Albee Farm Rd, Venice

$7,500,000
8448 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,383 SqFt

8448 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota

$6,850,000
8230 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 6,939 SqFt

8230 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota

$6,750,000
7722 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 2 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,580 SqFt

7722 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota

$5,675,000 ↑ $225,000
1404 Kenilworth St, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,428 SqFt

1404 Kenilworth St, Sarasota

$4,595,000
7660 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota
  • Land
  • 0 Beds
  • 0 Baths
  • 0 SqFt

7660 Sanderling Rd, Sarasota

$4,500,000 ↑ $250,000
1425 Westway Dr, Sarasota
  • Residential
  • 4 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 3,502 SqFt

1425 Westway Dr, Sarasota

$4,250,000

If you are not familiar with who these architects are here are the major ones in no particular order:           

Edward J. "Tim" Seibert         Phil Hall       

                 Shaw    Jack West     Hook     Bert Brosmith      

Jack Jetton    Paul Rudolph    William Rupp

                                          Ralph Zimmerman    William Zimmerman   Victor Lundy                                  

      Mark Hampton   Louis Schneider    James Holiday     Joseph Farrell

Frank Folsom Smith               Col. Roland Sellew                      Boyd Blackner              

Carl Abbot                        Lambie                 Philip Hiss           Gene Leedy        

Joan and Ken Warriner                                                            John Howey

                                   Ralph Twitchell         Tolyn Twitchell           

 

Sarasota School of Architecture ideals incorporate:    Clean Lines   Ocala Block   Bring The Outdoors In    Open Interiors   Light and Space     Wonderfully Irreducible Spaces    Flat Roof        Broad Overhangs             Poetry In Design          Curved     Honesty in Details    Maximum Economy of Means   Clarity of Construction   Clear Geometry   Boldly Clearly Simply   Open Plan   Modernism  Glass   Intense Awe   Horizontality  

(These are words the architects themselves and architect writers have used to describe this movement)

 

Some famous works: Walker Guest House (and Walker Guest House Replica), Hiss Studio, The Umbrella House, Revere Quality House, Sarasota High School, Healy "Cocoon House", Sanderling Beach Club, Bay Plaza, Alta Vista Elementary School, Warm Mineral Springs Motel, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Bee Ridge Presbyterian Church, Venice Presbyterian Church meeting hall, St. Boniface Episcopal Church, U.S. Embasy Amman, Jordan, Brookside Junior High (now called Brookside Middle School), Venice Junior High School (now called Venice Middle School), Amaryllis Park Elementary School, Brentwood Elementary School, Riverview High School, Jordan Residence, Gallaway Furniture Showroom, Hart Island Cottage, Leggitt Residence,  Wallace Residence, Milam Residence, Callahan Residence, Nokomis Beach Pavilion, Bostwick Residence, Paulk Dental Office Building, Leech Art Studio "The Round House", Weaver Residence, McDonald Residence, First Unitarian Church of Fairfield County, Westport, CT, First Unitarian Church of Hartford, CT, Weld Beach House, Brosmith Office-Residence, Strang Residence, The Field Club, Plymouth Harbor Adult living high-rise facility, Bond Centre Hong Kong, President's House University of South Florida, Sarasota Juvenile Detention Facility, Caladesi National Bank, Uhr Studio-Residence, Weld Beach House, Gene Leedy Architectural office, Siesta Key Beach Pavilion, New College Dormatory Buildings, Sarasota City Hall, Miller Residence, Goar Residence, Denman Residence, Alexander Harkavy Residence, Denman Residence, Shute Residence, Russell Residence, Finney Guest House, Siegriest Residence, Lamolithic Houses, Deeds Residence, Burnette Residence, Miller Guest House, Kerr Residence, Haskins Residence, Coward Residence, Wheelan Cottages, Hook Guest House, Haywood Apartments, Davis Residence, Cohen Residence, Burgess Residence, Taylor Residence, Stinnett Residence, Fletcher Residence, Burkhardt Residence, Deering Residence, Martin Harkavy Residence, Steinmetz Studio, Seibert Residence, Myrtle West Residence, Lucienne Twitchell Residence, Denman Residence, Ben Stahl Residence, Knott Residence, Mark Hampton Architectural Office, Laura Hampton Residence, Carlisle "Circus" Residence, Horizon House, Couryard House, Doorman Residence, First National Bank Cape Canaveral, Florida Title Company Building Lakeland, Dharmala Sakti Building Jakarta, Colonnade Condominiums Singapore, Concourse Complex Singapore, IBM Complex Cranford NJ, Smithsonian Sunshade Shelters Washington DC, I. Miller Shoe Salon New York, Air Structure Pavillions 1964-65 World Fair, U.S. Tax Court Building and Plaza Washington D.C., U.S. Embassy Colombo, GTE Operations World Headquarters Irving TX, Brabson Residence, 

Paul Rudolph and Ralph Twitchell teamed up on many projects it is common to see buildings cited as "Rudulph-Twitchell" or "Twitchell-Rudolph" 

In fact most of these architects teamed up with one another there was a lot of cross pollination and Frank Lloyd Wright was designing all the campus buildings for Florida Southern College about an 1.5 hours away and they would go visit him and his work too.   

If you want to see a pinterest page to see what they look like this is an easy scroll through what a large brokerage in town Michael Saunders put together: https://www.pinterest.com/michaelsaunders/sarasota-school-of-architecture/?lp=true

 

 

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Listing information last updated on March 22nd, 2019 at 10:15pm CDT.