Have discussed the unique residential architecture in Saskatoon, courtesy of John Holliday-Scott. Neil Remington Abramson’s childhood home was Holliday-Scott’s first commission after starting his own architectural firm. Nothing like it on the street.
Neil returned to Saskatoon this month, and took pictures of the homestead, front and back. Here is the back:
Lived next door to Neil. Remember the unique experience, at least for the time, of a wide, open view of the back yard. The sun streaming into the room. A kitchen and sitting room. Remember a reading chair and magazines.
Neil took pictures of my next door childhood homestead, front and back. Here is the back:
The three panes weren’t there, 1959-1966. Holliday-Scott style influencing the next door neighbour. Humble replication.
Though can’t replicate the Abramson house front:
Being the plain cousin, in comparison: