I was surprised to run across a real estate listing for a house in Tulsa originally designed by Bruce Goff. Though somewhat altered, the 1925 Fred Hansen house was among Goff’s earliest commissions and could be restored to a more original appearance. If you are not familiar with Goff’s work, this video is well worth watching. Heck, it’s worth watching even if you are familiar with his work! I don’t when the alterations were made… but I suspect the house has had many changes at different times over the decades. As one of his early works, it was always more “normal” than his later, overtly organic, work. Still, it’s safe to say that the house looked somewhat different when new than it does today. Goff’s work in the 1920’s was modern for the period; it exhibited both Art Deco and Prairie influences. The listing states “ONE of a KIND!! Bruce Goff Designed Home in the Prestigious Utica Square Area.” And it is one of a kind; there’s not another one like it. It just doesn’t look exactly like it did when it was first built (most older houses don’t come down through time without some changes). The following images (unless noted otherwise) were taken from the listing on zillow.com – there are additional images there.