ARCHITECTURE
   

Black Mountain College Project    



Architecture Section

Introduction

Chronology

Black Mountain and Asheville

CAMPUSES
Blue Ridge Campus
Lake Eden Campus

Guide to the Campuses
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Curriculum

Biographies
of Architects

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Section Outline


 
(13) Black Dwarf


Black Dwarf was used as a residence for faculty and married students. In 1948 the Frank Rice family, Nell Rice, and married students occupied the cottage.

When the college moved to Lake Eden, the attic was remodeled to add three rooms and two baths. Heating and insulation were installed.

2007: The building is used as a residence. Additions have been made.

Photographs: North Carolina State Archives, Black Mountain College Papers.

   

The Black Mountain College Project gratefully acknowledges a grant from the Graham Foundation
for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts for a study of architecture at Black Mountain College.