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Harwell Hamilton and Jean Bangs Harris House and Office

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Built  1968-1970, 1977
Area  690 m²
Added to NRHP  28 December 2010
NRHP Reference #  10001098
Architectural style  Modern architecture
Harwell Hamilton and Jean Bangs Harris House and Office
Location  122 Cox Ave., Raleigh, North Carolina
MPS  Early Modern Architecture Associated with NCSU School of Design Faculty MPS
Similar  Pullen Park, Free Church of the Good, North Carolina Executive, Mordecai House, Falls Lake State Recreatio

Harwell Hamilton and Jean Bangs Harris House and Office is a historic home and office located at Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina. It was designed by noted architect Harwell Hamilton Harris (1903-1990) and is a two-story, Modern Movement style dwelling. The stucco-clad modular building was constructed in 1968-1970, with an addition completing the original design made in 1977. It originally housed Harris’s architectural practice on the second floor and the couple’s home and a rental apartment on the ground floor. It served Harris and his wife during their final working years as their office and retirement home.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.

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Harwell Hamilton and Jean Bangs Harris House and Office Wikipedia


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