Images from the Bruce Goff Archive, housed in the Ryerson & Burnham Libraries’ archives collection.
Snake Ranch | Bruce Goff “Goff’s idiosyncratic floorplans, attention to spatial effect, and use of recycled and/or unconventional materials such as gilded zebrawood, cellophane strips, cake pans, glass cullet, Quonset Hut ribs, ashtrays, and white turkey feathers, challenge conventional distinctions between order and disorder.”
Tulsa, Oklahoma - Riverside Studio at 1381 South Riverside Drive. Built: 1929. This building, designed by Architect Bruce Goff, is a two-story stucco building which reflects an influence of both Art Deco and the International Style.
The craziest house in Kansas City - Bruce Goff
Mid Century Ship Interiors
Inspire Me Monday: Bruce Goff’s Ford Residence
Rendering of Bavinger House, Bruce Goff, Norman, Oklahoma