||A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture
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EDWIN E. (ED) BOULDIN, JR., AIA (1941-)
Bouldin grew up in Winston-Salem NC and went to Reynolds High School, graduating in 1959. He graduated Hampden-Sydney College with a degree in history and economics in 1946 then the University of Virginia in architecture in 1969.
He returned to North Carolina and worked for Lashmit Brown Pollock 1969-1974 and 1974 to 1976 for Colvin Hammill Walter. From 1976 to 1977 he worked for Fred Butner. He started his own firm in 1977 which continues today.
1981 - The David and Eva Gelfand House, 853 Buttonwood, Winston-Salem NC. Sold in 2009 to Jim McCool and Bruce Anderson.
1985 - The Lee Rocamora and John Long Residence, aka the Shallowford Cliffs Residence, 3811 Ridgeway Drive, Pfafftown NC. Built by McNair Construction. Mechanical, plumbing, and electrical by W. G. Robinson. Structural engineering by Sutton-Kennerly. Decorated by Coy Carpenter. Interior has an elevated hearth. Won a 1990 AIANC Honor Award. Exhibited at the NC Museum of Art from March 1992 to March 1993, "From the Ground Up: Experiencing Architecture." Photos by Joseph Ciarlante and R. Jackson Smith. Sold in 2013 to Elizabeth F. and Robert J. Sherertz
About 2004 - The Dennis Ross Residence Addition, aka Blue Ridge Parkway Addition, Floyd VA. Photo by Ed Bouldin. Built by Clark Brothers. Won an AIA Winston-Salem Design Award.
Sources include: History of The North Carolina Chapter of the AIA 1913-1998: An Architectural Heritage by C. David Jackson and Charlotte V. Brown, Edwin Bouldin, Curtis Leonard.