Master Architect Dan Dworsky reminds us of the value of excellence and the possibility of perfection.
Dworsky belongs to the generation of post World War II modernists that took its cues from the 1920's Bauhaus and the French-Swiss master Le Corbusier. Dworsky noted "for me, built space will always be a kind of theater, a stage on which life is played". Dworsky has said he draws from the "solid, resolved concepts" of modern designers such as Le Corbusier and Marcel Bruer as inspiration for his architecture. This 5,514 square foot house of open living space sits on a 0.64 acre lot and features 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, high ceilings, floor to ceiling glass windows, wide hallways and extraordinary stone and wood installments.