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Steve Job's "Likeler" Is No Eichler

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 17, 2012 08:35 AM
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by Eric last modified Feb 16, 2012

Apparently, the much discussed topic of Apple founder Steve Jobs' boyhood home being an "Eichler" was not totally accurate. According to the Eichler Network website, Jobs' childhood home was actually a "Likeler" — most likely the work of famed builder Joesph Eichler’s original architects, Anshen and Allen, who designed Jobs' residence for Mackay Homes. Be that as it may, Mod architectural design still had its impact on the young Jobs. Read more about it here....




 

 

Screen shot 2012-02-16 at 8.49.39 AMApparently, the much discussed topic of Apple founder Steve Jobs' boyhood home being an "Eichler" was not totally accurate. According to the Eichler Network website, Jobs' childhood home was actually a "Likeler" — most likely the work of famed builder Joesph Eichler’s original architects, Anshen and Allen, who designed Jobs' residence for Mackay Homes.

Be that as it may, Mod architectural design still had its impact on the young Jobs. Read more about it here.

Image via the Eichler Network website



 

 

 
 
 

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