George Matsumoto, a professor of architecture at N. C. State's School of Design, incorporated several of Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian house ideas in his design for the Ritcher House: passive climate control, aesthetic use of common building materials, and interior spaces intended for contemporary living. The house was much acclaimed in the early 1950s, and was prominently featured in several national magazines of the period. Private residence.
|3039 Churchill Road|
National Register of Historic Places