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Knoxville architect Bruce McCarty's home, which he designed himself.

photo by David Luttrell

Knoxville architect Bruce McCarty's home, which he designed himself.

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  • Annette Anderson's West Knoxville home, designed by architect Bruce McCarty, and on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Inside Annette Anderson's West Knoxville home, designed by architect Bruce McCarty and on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Bob Wilson and Annette Anderson, both retired planning professionals, took the initiative to get their unusually structured West Hills home, designed by Bruce McCarty in 1954, on the National Register of Historic Places. It was approved earlier this year. No other local building has earned that distinction in the lifetime of its architect.
  • Knoxville architect Bruce McCarty's home, which he designed himself.
  • Knoxville architect Bruce McCarty's home, which he designed himself.
  • Bruce McCarty. Going on 90, he still works in his downtown office and has no plans to retire. When not at work, he's an avid butterfly collector.
  • The Communications and Administration building at UT's Circle Park.
  • Downtown's Lawson McGhee Library, early 1970s project.
  • McCarty's Clarence Brown Theatre, on which he worked with the retired MGM director who endowed it.
  • The complex, lively Art and Architecture Building, much praised by the architecture professors who work there.
  • The Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum, designed by Bruce McCarty

Photographer David Luttrell focuses on the modernist buildings and houses of Knoxville architect Bruce McCarty.

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