This house, built on Breckenwood Drive in 1958, shows many of the characteristics of Richard Isenhour's contemporary Lexington homes: native Kentucky stone, lots of glass, cathedral ceilings, exposed post-and-beam construction and an effort to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces.
This house, built on Breckenwood Drive in 1958, shows many of the characteristics of Richard Isenhour's contemporary Lexington homes: native Kentucky stone, lots of glass, cathedral ceilings, exposed post-and-beam construction and an effort to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. Herald-Leader
This house, built on Breckenwood Drive in 1958, shows many of the characteristics of Richard Isenhour's contemporary Lexington homes: native Kentucky stone, lots of glass, cathedral ceilings, exposed post-and-beam construction and an effort to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. Herald-Leader

Tom Eblen: Book pays tribute to Lexington architect's contemporary-style homes

July 13, 2014 11:32 AM