Welcome to the Eichler X-100—Eichler Homes' mid-century modern experimental house of steel located in the San Mateo Highlands of Northern California
Built in 1956 to the design of architects Jones & Emmons, the X-100 was restored in recent years by its owner and listed on the National Register of Historic Places
For their contributions to the many stories that appear on this website, special thanks go out to the following for research, writing, and editing assistance: Paul Adamson, Barry Brisco, Dave Weinstein, Dan Smith, Adriene Biondo, Wikipedia.
Also thanks to the many photographers and photo sources: Sabrina Huang, Ernie Braun, JC Miller, Tom Fitzgerald, Lucile Glessner Design, Craig Smollen, David Toerge, Julius Shulman, Dale Healy, Emiel Becsky, JR Eyerman, Hedrich-Blessing, Carolyn Caddes, Susan Harrison, Anna-Lise Pedersen family, Barry Brisco, A. Quincy Jones Papers (Special Collections - Young Research Library, UCLA), J. Paul Getty Trust (Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles - 2004.R.10), Palo Alto Historical Association, Eichler Network Archive.
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