This style is an architect-driven style reflecting the radically new ideas and designs initially popularized in Europe in the 1920s.
Weston is fortunate to have two examples built during the 1930s, some of the earliest in New England.
Theme and Style
The underlying premise of the style is simplicity - sheerness, flatness, smoothness, and unornamented plainness - emphasizing the purity of geometric forms.
Houses built in this style tend to have strong rectangular planes decorated primarily by windows asymmetrically placed on the façade.