California Modernists and Eichler aficionados are well-acquainted with Joe Eichler’s Usonian-inspired vision of “bringing the outside in” through open room designs, floor to ceiling windows, glass transoms, atria, and walk-out patios. After all, these features are part of the intrinsic appeal of Eichler Homes and other post-WWII modernist residential designs.

But with the majority of Eichlers built in the ’50s and ’60s, many owners are wrestling with the idea of adding air conditioning to their homes. The Eichler Home case study shows how adding the Unico System provided modern comfort while preserving the architectural integrity of this stunning mid-century modern home.

 

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