David George was one of the strongest modernists working in the 1960s and 1970s. He combined elements that drew from mid-century modernism and indigenous Texas houses. He incorporated standing seam metal roofs, continuous brick walls and planes of glazed openings. Two of his significant homes are in the Bluffview area found on Shorecrest and at 4050 Cochran Chapel Road, which he designed in 1980.
The seven metal roof caps create a dramatic line interrupted by several chimneys. This Texas Modern home was also influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright, with whom David George apprenticed. Ted... See More on 4050 Cochran Chapel Road, Dallas, Texas