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Grand Rapids in 1856

Scene of early Grand Rapids viewed from the...

Zema & Bumgardner Design

Zema & Bumgardner Design


Gene Zema and A.O. Bumgardner, Seattle architects, design this home for a young growing family of the Northwest using structural characteristics consistent with the natural materials of the area. The house is raised by a series of 'stilts' and the house is set back with the carport at the front. This house would have been built on Lot 26.


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TitleZema & Bumgardner Design
FormatArchitectural rendering

Title by Cataloger. Zema & Bumgardner were were one of the architectural firms that who for the Homestyle Center, a concept of Jason L. Honigman, planned for Grand Rapids in the 1950s.

Location In PhotoGrand Rapids, MI
CollectionCollection #354, History & Special Collections Dept., Grand Rapids Public Library

Reproduction and copyright information regarding this image is available from Grand Rapids History & Special Collections, Archives, Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, MI

InstitutionGrand Rapids Public Library
Physical Storage LocationGrand Rapids, MI

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