Spectacular example of Mid-Century Modernist Architecture, designed by renowned architect Carl Graffunder who was influenced by such greats as Frank Lloyd Wright and Antonin Raymond. This magnificent home boasts soaring post-and-beam ceilings clad with pecky cypress and paired with unique tile combinations throughout. Floor to ceiling windows offer expansive views of Diamond Lake opening up to a cantilevered deck for morning coffee or evening cocktails. A common thread throughout is the flowing of the interior and exterior spaces, a true Mid-Century theme. Commissioned by the William Dale family in
1955, Graffunder built this futuristic home showcasing the versatility and artistry of Mid-Century architecture and the creative use of tile for a family living and entertaining then and now. The Dale
Tile House is listed in the AIA's guide to the Twin Cities.