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NORMAN LEO ZIMMERMAN, AIA (1934-2014)

 Zimmerman was born in High Point NC and attended High Point Central HS. He earned a degree in architecture from NCSU in 1957 and began his architecture career as a Lieutenant in the Air Force stationed at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base for several years. He opened his architectural office in High Point in 1959.  He loved working by hand, never changing over to CAD, and it is said he could fix anything with duct tape.  Hands photo by his granddaughter, Annie Venable. 

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Zimmerman is known for the Timberlake Gallery in Lexington NC.




1965 - The Tommy L. and Edith Conrad Teague House, 1609 Hobbs Road, Greensboro. Built by Harold Tippett.  Deeded in 1975 to Edith Conrad.  Sold in 1983.  Sold in 1985 to Lewis J. and Kay Wagstaff. Sold in 2000 to Anne M. and Frederick  A. Herschler. Sold in 2018 to Pamela and Stephen D'Amico. Sold.


NCModernist

1967 - The Roughton House, 805 Valley Road, Thomasville NC. Additions were made later by another architect.


NCModernist

1976 - The Carol and Ralph Cox House, 1286 Westminster Drive, High Point NC.

NCModernist

NCModernist

NCModernist

1977 - The David Buratavong House, 1009 Wickliff Avenue, High Point NC.  Sold in 2012 to Mary R. and Keith J. Kushner.  Sold in 2016 to K.E. and M.T. Palmer.

NCModernist

1990 - The Norman and Fran Zimmerman House, 3511 Bentbrook Drive, High Point NC.

Sources include: Lucien Roughton, Fran Zimmerman, Jill Zimmerman Venable.