Modern Alive and Well in Weston: A Rare View of Henry B. Hoover’s Enduring Vision


Weston, Massachusetts



On Saturday afternoon July 19th seventy guests toured two homes in Weston, MA designed by

Lincoln modern architect Henry B. Hoover: The Arthur H. Nelson House (1958) and the Kenneth Germeshausen House (1960). Lucretia Giese and Harry Hoover, daughter and son of the architect greeted guests and shared their insights and knowledge about the houses.


Afterwards, guests assembled at the Germeshausen House

for a reception. FoMA Trustee and Hoover son-in-law Paul Giese welcomed guests.

Architects and Weston residents, David Fixler and Gary Wolf spoke about the residences,

the architect and his career.


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