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Meyerland Parade of Homes House, "Small House by Burdette Keeland, Jr." - Page 2. 1955. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2002_005/item/115/show/114.

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Title Meyerland Parade of Homes House, "Small House by Burdette Keeland, Jr."
Publisher Arts & Architecture
Date 1955
Description Clipping of "Small House by Burdette Keeland, Jr.," Arts & Architecture, October 1955, 29-30.
Donor Burdette Keeland, Jr.
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Architecture
  • Midcentury modern (Architecture)
Subject.Name (Local)
  • Keeland, Burdette, Jr.
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • Houston, Texas
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  • clippings (information artifacts)
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Location ID 2002-005, Box 23
Original Collection Burdette Keeland Architectural Papers
Digital Collection Burdette Keeland Architectural Drawings & Photographs
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And the book ends, echoing its vision, "like A new knowledge of reality." SMALL HOUSE-BURDETTE KEELAND, JR. (Continued from Page 29) The exterior walls of the bedrooms are almost completely of glass, with the master bedroom having floor to ceiling glass sliding doors. The family room and kitchen are separated by a work unit counter. This counter is a 01/2' working island, completely equipped with General Electric builtins including dishwasher, range and oven, disposal, automatic washer and dryer and sink. The walls throughout the house are of brick, glass and asbestos. The house is completely fireproof. All interior brick walls are painted bright blues, yellows and reds. The exterior red brick walls were left natural, with steel being painted white. J.0.B JOB OPPORTUNITY BULLETIN FOR ARTISTS, ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS Museum Books, inc. i^i books and magazines on applied and fine art New books of special interest to readers of the magazine ARTS & ARCHITECTURE Retail only; no trade discount. • NEW GARDENS by Ernest Baumann An excellent book on eight gardens described in great detail with over 400 photographs, plans, sketches, etc. The general lay-out of each garden is shown with single groupings and plants. The peculiar situation of each garden—lakeside, hill, town, slope—presented the designer with new, different problems requiring their own solutions. Cloth. Zurich 1955. $12.00 0 EXHIBITION STANDS by Robert Gutmann & Alexander Koch The first book to cover every phase of exhibition and display work of 140 designers and architects. Experts from seven countries survey the general standard of exhibitions in their countries and indicate the trend of imaginative contemporary three- dimensional design. Cloth, Stuttgart 1955. $12.50 • ARCHITECTS7 YEAR BOOK #6 edited by Trevor Dannatt A collection of illustrated articles on architecture, town planning and interior design in U.S.A., England, Japan and the Scandinavian countries etc. Special studies of the works of Pier Nervi, Finn Juhl, Le Corbusier. Cloth, London 195^. $9.00 Special Offer • Le CORBUSIER, COMPLETE WORKS 1910-1952 Five exciting volumes containing the works of one of the most influential architects of modern times. All aspects of Le Cor- busier's activities including architecture, painting, sculpture etc. Take advantage of this offer. Five volume set. $50.00 All book orders must, be prepaid. Please make your check payable to the magazine Arts & Architecture 3305 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 5, California Prepared and distributed monthly by the Institute of Contemporary Art as a service to manufacturers and to individuals desiring employment with industry either as company or outside designers. No service or placement fee is charged to artists, architects, designers, or companies. J.O.B. is in two parts: I. Openings with manufacturers and other concerns or institutions interested in securing the services of artists, architects or designers. We invite manufacturers to send us descriptions of the types of work they offer and the kinds of candidates they seek. Ordinarily the companies request that their names and addresses not be given. II. Individual artists and designers desiring employment. We invite such to send us information about themselves and the type of employment they seek. Please address all communications to: Editor, J.O.B., Institute of Contemporary Art, 138 Newbury Street, Boston 16, Mass., unless otherwise indicated. On all communications please indicate issue, letter and title. I. OPENINGS WITH COMPANIES A. ARCHITECT: Engineering firm desires experienced, registered architect to associate with them. Earning potential of $12,000 or more. Must be willing to locate in Alaska. B. architect: Progressive, southern Florida office desires graduate, registered architect with minimum of 3 yrs. experience. Design ability and personality important. Advancement opportunity for responsible person. C. ARCHITECT: Well-established eastern Pennsylvania architectural firm desires young architectural design graduate with 2 yrs. office practice. Excellent junior partnership possibilities for ambitious and energetic person. Practice will include all phases, in medium-sized office handling $10,000 to $2,000,000 classes of contemporary work. D. architectural DESIGNER: Position open for top architectural designer, experienced in commercial work, store fronts, store interiors and fixture work, with firm having large practice on West Coast. Excellent opportunity to grow with expanding organization. Location