Oklahoma architect Bruce Goff, who was most prolific in the mid 20th century, created homes with unmistakable exteriors and interiors. A few of the latter are collected here:
First up is the the Ruth Ford House in Aurora, Illinois. Its exterior domed form reads right on through to the stunning wood-clad interior.
Last is the iconic Bavinger House, with its rocky walls and suspended staircases.
Goff's work is generally either loved or hated. Few are without opinion on his characteristic style. Where do you stand?