Archive for October, 2001

10/1/2001

Sliders in Sarasota

If you look up from this magazine to see a lovely view through your sliding glass doors, thank Sarasota’s Eldon "Woody" Witte, who helped pioneer the technology that made those enormous expanses of see-through glass such an important part of Florida homes. Witte worked side by side with some of the legendary names of the […]

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10/1/2001

Now and Zen

Although their primary residence is an Art Deco apartment in Philadelphia, for 20 winters Ed and Betsy Cohen have retreated to a Casey Key home that famed Sarasota School of Architecture architect Paul Rudolph built in 1957. The horizontal, 4,500-square-foot beach house, built of Ocala sand, concrete and glass, hugs the ground between the Gulf […]

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