Interested in modernist homes and live in the Triangle? If so, you might want to check out the Triangle Modernist Houses Thompson House tour this coming Saturday, June 19th.
From the Triangle Modernist website:
One of the Triangle’s most remarkable houses! Built in 2001 and commissioned in 1999, the Bobby and Diane Thompson Residence was designed by David Davenport. It was built by the Splinter Group and Tom Brown with Bobby Thompson actively managing much of the construction. A 6000-square-foot, two-story home engineered of heavy steel and wood construction covered in real stucco. Includes a go-kart track modeled on Bristol International Speedway and a 3400 sf garage/apartment. Interior design by Lynda Lankford. Lighting by Stan Pomeranz of Lighttech Design.
The Thompson house is part of a ten house tour by the Triangle Modernist Houses, which aims to showcase the metro-Raleigh area, which has the third largest collection of modernist houses in the country.