Harvey Parkway Four-Plex

Designed by Bill Howard
1957
4604 N. Harvey Parkway, OKC
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Bill Howard was a student of Frank Lloyd Wright’s, which seems obvious when looking at this stunning example of mid-century residential architecture.  Howard incorporated many Usonian elements in this four-plex, including the extensive use of natural woods, an overhanging, flat roof to provide a barrier from the crazy Oklahoma weather, and plenty of natural lighting.  Many young and up-and-coming designers and architects have called units in this four-plex home over the years, and the structure continues to delight, inspire, and provide refuge to this day.