Letters: Shaped To Suit


When I saw your article about that merry gang of architect-builders, the Jersey Devil (AMERICAN SCENE, April 27), I was impressed. Imagine, a house shaped like a football! But there was no modest house in the shape of a coffee cup for a waitress or Ralph Kramden for a bus driver. Unfortunately, these renegade architects, for all their noble ideals, are merely creating playgrounds for the wealthy. Come on, build me, a simple workingman, a house that looks like a guitar or a fox terrier.

Jeff Boccadutre

Elmwood Park, N.J.

Call the houses designed by the Jersey Devil irreverent, call...

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