ALFRED CALDWELL: LIVE AND ARCHIVED — Landscape Architecture Magazine

BY ZACH MORTICE “The house is not a machine for living—it is the man’s sense of himself,” Alfred Caldwell once said. And in designing his own home and farm compound in rural Wisconsin, Caldwell forged a bridge between Jens Jensen’s Prairie style and International style modernism, an intersection of design currents that never solidified.

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