Julian Bunn Davidson House

410 S. Battery St., Little Rock, Arkansas


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"In 1951, Davidson built his house on Battery Street in a residential area behind the State Capitol,” according to the National Register nomination. “Davidson’s design was a variation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence on residential architecture. The Davidson House has an accentuated horizontal design, unornamented rough-sawn vertical board and brick façades that blend with the natural setting of the property, interior/exterior walls, a flat roof with overhangs, and a squared bay of large windows for natural lighting – features similar to Prairie School designs by Wright and his immediate associates prior to the Great Depression.” (Arkansaspreservation.com)

Update Log 

  • September 15, 2014: Added by Dave King