Architecture You Love
A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture


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Ehrlich went to Syracuse and received a Bachelor of Architecture in 2004. He worked for Ancor, a design/build firm. In 2007 he started at King and King Architecture of Manlius NY. 

2007 - The Mitchell and Wendy Ehrlich House, aka House on Wildcat Creek, prefab, Hollow Oaks Road, Chapel Hill. Designed for Ehrlich's parents. Construction by Nathan Wieler. 3149 square feet (heated), 2007 square feet (unheated), 1513 square feet (decks).

Sources include: Nathan Wieler, Dustin Ehrlich.