Dunlap House, Charlotte, Michigan

William Dunlap, the president of the aluminum manufacturer Aluminum Extrusions and thus already a customer of George Nelson and Company, commissioned the firm with the design and spatial planning of his home even before it was built. The architects O'Bryan & Knapp then had to follow the guidelines of the interior designer. A striking element of the design was a screen used as a room divider, made of aluminum sheeting left over from the production of knife blades.

Dunlap House

Dolores Engle, an associate at George Nelson's office