Year Built: 1965

Size: 2500 s.f.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Sigmund & Marilyn Goldman spent a year designing the home of their dreams in 1963 with Nils Schweizer. After receiving the proposed cost to build the house, they decided to be their own contractors. They built their home for $35,000. In 2002, John Kaiser became the second proud owner. In 2019 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was featured in the Summer 2019 issue of Winter Park Magazine.



This is a LEED-Gold certified home; beautiful, innovative, energy efficient, and sustainable, this home also offers the best in indoor/outdoor living. This recently completed, two-story, modern home was designed for an environmentally conscience.

Year Built: 2009

Size: 3050 s.f.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

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KLOtz House


Year Built: 1957

Size: 3613 s.f.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3.5

This 3600 sf home built for Dr. & Mrs. Klotz in 1957 is situated on a spectacular triangular lot in the Rose Isle neighborhood of Orlando. 
It was built by Sorensen & Fletcher.

Strasberg house


Year Built:1982

Gene Leedy designed home in Longwood. Designed early 80's.



Mark Hampton designed house in Lakeland, Florida. Home of Andrew Weaving, author of the book "Sarasota Modern".

Nemo house 


Year Built: 2007

Size: 4445

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 6.5

NeMo is a New/Modern home designed to offer the best of indoor and outdoor living. Located in the heart of Olde Winter Park, NeMo features walls of glass, natural textures, energy-efficient materials, and a 360-degree salt-water aquarium.



Year Built:1955

Size: 3500 s.f.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3.5

This house was the first project designed by Nils Schweizer after he left Frank Lloyd Wrght in 1955. The home is situated on what is arguably one of central Florida's premiere lakefront lots in Chaine du Lac. This house designed by Nils M. Schweizer early in his solo practice has since been demolished.


Lake pavilion


Year Built: 1956

This small house in Lake Wales was designed in 1956 for a bachelor and sits in an orange grove on the edge of a lake. Semi circular architectural elements pierce the walls and floors to create a unique geometrical feel. This project received the 1957 Homes for Better Living Award sponsored by Time, House and Home and the American Institute of Architects. 


castleberry house


Year Built: 1962

Size: 1676 s.f.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Designed in 1961 at the height of the cold war, this house includes it's very own bomb shelter. It was designed by Manfred Lopatka for Dr. & Mrs. Jesse Castleberry. A courtyard entrance, exposed block, floor to ceiling glass along the entire back of the house, and terrazzo floors are just some of the features that give the house it's mid-century character.

Lugano Vista


Year Built: 2003

Size: 3300 s.f.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3.5

Lugano Vista was conceived from the pure principles of the Bauhaus Movement; the modernist movement, like the arts and crafts movement, is an intellectual ideal, from those ideals come many beautiful ideas. The Bauhaus movement is grounded in the ideal of art expressed in its most elemental forms wrought from the premise that the inside is out and the outside is in. 



Year Built: 1973

Size: 2490 s.f.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2.5

This is a stunning modern home designed by Duane Stark for himself. The home is located on the Little Econ River and sits on 4.2 acres of pristine natural landscape. It has many exterior decks and elevated walkways and there is an inground pool and screened gazebo. 




Year Built: 1960

Size: 3000 s.f.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

This is the lakefront home that Nils Schweizer designed for his family in 1960. His son Garth, still resides there today.

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