This is my first post of Ralph Drexel’s work, and hopefully one of many, he has done some great work. These are 2 houses in Claremont. They were done in the early 80s I believe, and was my introduction to his work. Nice use of platonic geometry, the upper floor balcony has a large circular opening, in front of a square, and squares reappear elsewhere. The triangular skylight/sculpture above the garage is also great and completes the trio. The bull nose detailing of the garage entry, with its off form Corbusian imagery is intriguing. My favourite part is the corbeled skylights running most of the way down the house. Great detail. Both houses have had additions to them, the one on the left has a wild RD addition done 15-20 years down the track. It has corinthian columns made out of steel. Really amazing. If you know of more RDs work, tell me!