Behold Architect Herb Greene’s Imagination and Concept of Organic Architecture
The Prairie House in Norman, Oklahoma features what is known as “organic architecture” where the concept revolves around the idea of a structure being able to provide a shelter for both body and soul. High ceilings, paired with about 2,100 square feet of space, make it a roomy home with lots of breathing space.
The rustic aesthetic mixed with the architect’s imagination gives the home the impression of being from a whole other time or world with its prominent materials consist of shingles and low-cost local building materials; the wide window by the head of the bed in the upstairs bedroom lets in a generous amount of natural light for a warm and cozy atmosphere.
The two-story home features two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a kitchen on the lower level while the entire second story is designated to living and entertaining. It is nestled gently on three acres of Oklahoma prairie, with views of the countryside, as well as the University of Oklahoma and downtown Oklahoma City in the distance, a 25-minute drive away.
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