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

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Enjoy browsing, but unless otherwise noted, these houses are private property and closed to the public -- so don't go tromping around uninvited.

JOHN D. ROGERS JR., FAIA (1935-)

Rogers grew up in Easley SC. He graduated with a BA in Architecture from Clemson University in 1958 and a MA in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania (Kahn Studio) in 1962. He worked as a designer in Memphis TN, Charleston SC, and Philadelphia PA. From 1962-1971 he had his own firm in Easley SC. From 1971 to 1984 he wasPrincipal and Director of Design at Six Associates in Asheville NC. From 1984 to 2010 he ran John Rogers Associates / Rogers Dameron Associates / Rogers Chenevert Associates in Asheville.

1976 - The John D. Rogers Residence, 500 Elk Mountain Scenic Highway, Asheville NC.


 

2002 - The Bernard I. (Bernie) and Margaret Kort Residence, 1905 Bearberry Lane, Asheville NC. Photos by Jay Weiland.


2008 - The James Karegeannes Residence Remodeling, 123 Skyview, Asheville NC.
 Craig Chenevert was the project architect.


2008 - The Christie Rogers House, 498 Elk Mountain Scenic Highway, Asheville NC.
She is Rogers' daughter.


2009 - The William Donald and Donna Jean Mamrack Residence, 224 High Line Road, Sylva NC.  Craig Chenevert was the project architect. Photos by Jay Weiland.




2009 - The Joe Youngblood Residence, 1485 North Rugby Road, Fletcher NC. Includes a lakeside shelter, bottom two photos. Photos by Jay Weiland.


2011 - The Stephen and Marsha Shlaer Residence, 414 Sahalee Trail, Hendersonville NC.
 No viewing; gated community.



Sources include: John D. Rogers,
Mark Allison.