Dallas midcentury condo

Bud Oglesby Townhome Shines with Signature Architectural Elements

By Shelby Skrhak / September 26, 2019 / 4 Comments

Write what you know, right? That’s why I typically gravitate towards 1980s-built soft contemporary homes, popcorn ceilings and all. But I became a fan of midcentury modern style the moment I purchased a Mies Van Der Rohe Barcelona Table reproduction and started learning more about the architecture and design of this distinctive era. I’m a […]

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It’s My Mansion: Bud Oglesby Condo in Oak Lawn Offers Architect-Designed Living

By Leah Shafer / December 14, 2016 / 0 Comments

Architect-designed living isn’t just for the wealthy. We’ve found a midcentury condo for under $200K, designed by Bud Oglesby, one of the most important Dallas modernist architects of the 20th century. Oglesby and his firm, Oglesby Greene Architects, were creators of the Mahanna Condos at 3116 Mahanna St. in Oak Lawn. Apartment 5 just went on the market and […]

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Fire Up The Flux Capacitor: Cole House Condo is a Midcentury Miracle Renovation

By Jon Anderson / April 12, 2016 / 3 Comments

Built in 1961, Cole House at 3321 Cole Avenue is a full-on, midcentury swankfest.  From the second you walk in the door you’re convinced all that’s missing is Dick Van Dyke falling over an ottoman. I decided to walk down to Sunday’s open house when I read “studs” in the agent’s description. That is, in […]

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