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An Art-Inspired Modern House in Nebraska

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Tasked with creating a hybrid residence and art gallery, architect Jeff Dolezal of Omaha, Nebraska, firm Tack Architects called upon mid-century influences to create a showpiece of modern design in the city's Regency neighborhood.

"The most challenging aspect of the project was the client’s directive to 'design an art gallery we can live in,'" says...
The residence is built on the same lot as the William Theisen mansion, a sprawling 20,125-square-foot house that was...
The work of Richard Neutra inspired Dolezal's rectalinear, low-slung design for the structure.
Tack Architects designed the house to frame views of the surrounding landscape.
The outdoor shower situated off of the master bedroom is enclosed to offer privacy and features a courtyard garden.
The house features 16-foot-high ceilings and is heated and cooled primarily from geothermal ground loops, with radiant...
A gallery occupies the lower level.
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