Glenn Dallman house Beloit WI, Kamal Amin, TAA 1967

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DRN
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Glenn Dallman house Beloit WI, Kamal Amin, TAA 1967

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A house by TAA that I had not seen or known of before:

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1225 ... /?mmlb=g,0

https://www.wisconsinhistory.org/Record ... ty/HI80944

The house is noted as being by Kamal Amin and William Wesley Peters; I'm assuming Amin was the design architect and that Peters was the architect of record...the grammar of this house is very similar to a much larger house by Amin located in Marion VA, built in the 1970's.

The circular plan and graceful curved wall respond well to a bend in Bushnell St.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/1225+ ... 89.0217232

Do Rood or wjsaia have any further insight on this little gem?

jay
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Post by jay »

Nice!
And I personally love those PVC water-cannon spouts.

Paul Ringstrom
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Post by Paul Ringstrom »

Stonework is great. As usual interior decorating is horrible.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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