Location: Norman - OK
Architect: Dean Bryant Vollendorf
Build Year: 1965

Vollendorf House

Dean Bryant Vollendorf designed this home, which he dubbed the Mustang, while he was an associate professor at the University of Oklahoma. The bright and airy home included an indoor/outdoor atrium, three bedrooms, and two baths in 1,400sf. During the ’60s, Vollendorf showcased many of his designs, including the Mustang, in the New Homes Guide and sold plans to interested readers for a small fee. The rendering and floorplan below are from the Winter 1967 issue of the magazine.

vollendorf house – new homes guide rendering

vollendorf house – new homes guide floorplan

Also, go here to read more about Vollendorf and his association with the New Homes Guide.


Location: Oklahoma City - OK
Architect: Gus Dannhauser
Build Year: 1965

Duncan House

Gus Dannhauser was a builder who began to dabble in residential design in the mid-1960s. This interesting hexagonal home home was likely his first and perhaps only completed design before Dannhauser’s untimely death in 1969.

Duncan House floorplan