Architectural Style-Melding

Architectural styles come-and-go. The American-ranch popular in the decades after WWII has given way to the Neo-Eclectic, often a mish-mash of earlier popular styles. Here in Tyler, we see neighborhoods like Charleston Park which emulate the pre-WWII era (Azalea District) with styles like Neo-Classic, Craftsman and Victorian. Lewin Wertheimer designed and built a home in Venice, California combining elements of the Mission and Craftsman style homes from the 20’s and 30’s. Jeanine Matlow’s article chronicles the process, and Douglas Hill’s photos help to showcase.


About the Author
Larry Lynch
Former photographers' agent, commercial producer, copywriter, on-camera performer, voice-over talent, actor. Husband, father, a REALTOR® since 2003, and primary photographer for the Shop Tyler Homes team.