DANNY CLARK (DAN) DUCKHAM (1933-)
Duckham grew up in Dayton OH and graduated in Architecture from Miami University of Ohio in 1956. He then moved to Fort Lauderdale, where worked for architect Robert Hansen. He became a registered architect in Florida and opened his own office in 1959. He built a summer cabin in Cashiers NC in 1983 and moved there fulltime in 2001. His archives are at Florida Atlantic University. Many thanks to Randy Henning, who is working on a book on Duckham.
1959 - The Henry E. and Winifred Kinney Addition, 2728 NE 19th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold in 1992 to J. Peter Friedrich and Jane L. Legette. Sold in 2014 to Bryan A. Chalfant and Edwin P. Kollinger. Sold in 2017 to Ryan D. and Brittney N. Nee.
1959 - The Porter Bell Efficiency Apartments, aka Bell Motel, 610 NE 7th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. Demolished between 1999 and 2005; now the location of a Winn Dixie Grocery.
1959 - The Turner T. and Jeanne Narmore Addition, 2716 NE 29th Court, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold to Alphonsus J. Donahue and Margaret Donahue. Sold in 2014 to Virginia Dichiara.
1959 - The Louis M. and Elene J. Benkert Addition, 2612 North Atlantic Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold to Albain and Frances McLaughlin. Sold in 1982 to Donald E. Cole. Sold in 2000 to James F. Ellis.
1960 - The William H. and Dorothy M. Benson House, 21 Saranac Road, Sea Ranch Lakes FL. Destroyed. Color photo is of the replacement.
1960 - The Chuck Packard House, 1756 NE 36th Street, Coral Terrace, Oakland Park FL. Sold to Bonnie Mullison.
1960 - The Elmer E. and Eleanor Platner House, 6 Winnebago Road, Sea Ranch Lakes FL. Sold in 1984 to Gavel Corp SA. Sold in 2020 to Benjamin and Hannah Helsabeck.
1960 - M. James and Suzanne K. Shaw House, 2811 NE 41st Street, Coral Ridge, Fort Lauderdale FL. Altered in 1965 by Duckham. Sold to Russell H. and Wendy K. Langstroth. Sold in 2015 to Krizia Guerra-Coleman and Ronald A. Coleman. Sold in 2021 to Uri Soroka and Tatyana Rodos.
1960 - Model #1, Sunset Highway, Caravel Beach, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. Designed for Caravel Construction Ltd. Similar to Packard House. Built.
1960 - The Mrs. Raymond Heverling House, aka Model #2, Amberfish Road and Sunset Highway, Caravel Beach, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. Designed for Caravel Construction Ltd.
1960 - The Anne Trowbridge House, Caravel Beach, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. Built. Mr. Chester Trowbridge died in early 1960; Mrs. Trowbridge had the house built in December 1960.
1960 - The Philip Mero House Addition, Fort Lauderdale FL. Built.
1960 - Estate of Chester W. Trowbridge, Jr., 11 projects.
1961 - Mrs. Tinkert H. Connolly Guest House, 40 NE 24th Street, Lazy Lakes FL. Deeded to Bruce B. Connolly. Sold in 2015 to 40 at 24th LLC.
1961 - The Melville H. Manson House, 88 North Beach Road, Jupiter Island FL. Has been significantly altered. Sold to Max L. Wittmann. Sold in 2008 to Chia Morris. Sold in 2021 to Alan Scott and Michelle Alden Whitaker.
1961 - The Frank E. Parker Apartment Addition, 4316 Seagrape Drive, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Sold to Paul D. Novak. Sold in 2010 to Florida Sea Grape LLC.
1961 - The Lindsay A. and Nancy L. Huppman Additions and Alterations, 823 NE 16 Place, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold to John C. and Virginia A. Thatcher. Sold in 2016 to BJE ENT LLC.
1961 - The C. Edward and Genevieve Diringer Additions, 2830 NE 48 Court, Pompano Beach FL. Destroyed. Photo is replacement.
1961 - The Doug H. and Joan M. Kennedy House, 221 Washingtonia Avenue, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Altered. Sold in 1971 to Gerald Macomber. Sold in 2002 to Steven L. and Barbara F. Cole.
1961 - The C. M. Duckham Office and Apartment, aka the CMD Building, 3197 NE 18th Terrace, Oakland Park FL. Altered by Duckham (1979 and 2000) and others. Sold in 1983 to Dan C. and Mary L. Duckham. Sold in 2002 to Alberto J. Comas Architecture Design. Sold in 2012 to James C. and Neysa R. Brady. Sold in 2016 to Rowan Tree Properties LLC.
1961 - The Richard Karlson House, 2600 NE 24th Street, Lighthouse Point FL. Altered. Sold in 1971 to Eileen M. and David T. Price. Sold in 2021 to Charles and Melinda Russo.
1961 - The William H. and Charlotte L. Briggs Alterations, 2432 NE 26th Terrace, Coral Ridge, Fort Lauderdale FL. Altered by Duckham in 1963 for Joseph F. and Kathryn l. Wirtel. Altered by Duckham in 1966 for Alan H. and Gerry Loehr. Sold in 1974 to James and Janis M. McClean. Sold in 1983 to Stephen N. and Lee Detter.
1961 - The Doug H. Kennedy Duplex, 508 Flamingo Drive, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Status unknown.
1961 - The Larry Lance House Addition. Built.
1961 - The Robert Johnson Garden Apartments, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. 10 units. Built.
1962 - The William J. Link Apartment Building, 4411-4421 NE 21st Avenue, Coral Ridge, Fort Lauderdale FL. Link Condominium Inc. was formed in 1973. Interior photographs from unit 4411A, for sale in 2022. Altered.
1962 - The Lou A. and Mary Church House, 1560 Bel Air Avenue (1560 SE 21st Avenue), Pompano Beach FL. Altered. Sold in 1988 to Michael La Manchia and William S. Llanes. Sold in 2005 to Rebecca Bray and Stephen Yinger. Sold in 2008 to Ian Jones and Amy Nicolo.
1962 - The Apartment Inc. Apartment Building, aka the Apartment, 2501 NE 11th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. For AI Johnson and Art Bigelow. Altered by others. Interior photographs from unit PHC. Sold to Andre and Huguette Gaudreau. Sold in 1984 to Everett McClintock. Sold in 1989 to Marshall Watson. Sold in 1992 to Raymond Hippele III.
1962 - The Wells and Marguerite Fulton Addition, 3020 North Atlantic Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold to Gannett Company. Sold in 2001 to James W. Reimer.
1962 - The Leo A. and Ruth E. Cannon House, 2040 Coral Reef Drive (2040 SE 19th Street), Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Altered by others. Sold to Martin R. and Kathleen F. Braiman. Sold in 2018 to Simonette Kakim.
1962 - The James William Dickey Addition. Built.
1963 - The Thomas T. and Judith W. Coon House, 2840 NE 21st Court, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold in 2020 to Daniel and Eun Chan. Sold in 2021 to Torry Q. and Elizabeth E. Watson.
1963 - The Robert E. and Virginia D. Ziegler Addition, 309 NE 17th Avenue ( aka 1618 Lake Drive), Fort Lauderdale FL.
1963 - The George and Dagmar Bezecny House, 234 Pine Avenue, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Altered by others. Sold in 1987 to Rosemary Bailey. Sold in 2004 to Lydia Kranz. Sold in 2017 to Andrea Seratte and Thomas Delk.
1963 - The Robert Ferris Addition, 120 North Bel Air Drive, Plantation FL. Sold to Belinda and Kent Grimbeek. Sold in 2018 to Edie and Ryan Hamilton. Sold in 2020 to Conrad and Anastasia Oakey. Sold in 2022 to Brian and Georgia Coutu.
1963 - J. W. Dickey House Addition. Built.
1963 - The Dean Mitchell House, Boone NC. Built.
1963 - The August Meyer and Bob Sepper House, Fort Lauderdale FL. Status unknown.
1964 - The Edna M. Allen House, 2130 North Atlantic Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale FL. Status unknown.
1964 - The Charles E. and Edna K. Allen House, 1515 SW 15th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold in 1978 to Viva Ltd. Altered by Duckham in 1978. Sold in 1989 to Hugh Anderson. Sold in 1990 to Deloris A. and Richard L. Danner. Sold in 1999 to Donald M. and Louise A. Marks.
1964 - The Dorothy Gregory Duplex, 1459 NE 23rd Street, #1-2, Wilton Manors FL. Formerly 1457-1459 NE 23rd Street. Sold to Mark Paul Hale in 1985. Altered by Duckham in 1999 and 2006 for Lon Kraus (owner, 1998-2010). Sold to Wayne Robert Knaub II in 2019. Photos 3-6 are from the updates.
1964 - The Richard Reed Jr. House, 4800 Godfrey Road, Parkland FL. Altered by others. Deeded to Richard S. Reed and Debra Reed. Sold in 2009 to Tulay and Mehmet Eflani.
1964 - The Reg Wagner House Addition. Sold to John Dec? Built.
1964 - The Otto Divosta Model House, Jupiter FL. Built.
1965 - The W. A. Leopold House, 1 Lakeside Green Drive, St. Louis MO. Sold to Leonard J. Wiedershine. Sold in 1986 to John L. and Jeanette Tines. Sold in 1998 to Douglas S. and Ann L. Brown.
1964 - The Charles J. and Gertrude Dusenbury House, 3416 Dover Road, Pompano Beach FL. Sold in 1975 to Stephen A. and Donna M. Schorr.
1964 - The Pumpkin Shell Apartments, 1951 NE 51st Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. Designed for Ken Burnstine. Altered. Sold to Jeffrey A. and Astrid Coleman. Sold in 2019 to ISRACO 1951 LLC.
1965 - The Nicholas and Peggy C. Stanley House, 1719 SE 10th Street, Rio Vista, Fort Lauderdale FL. Destroyed. Final photo is of replacement.
1965 - The Earle F. and Wilma McGill House, 23 Gatehouse Road, Sea Ranch Lakes FL. Spanish style exterior. Altered by others.
1965 - The John L. and Eilia Hupman House, 1740 SE 7th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. Hans Underset won an award for finish carpentry. Destroyed. Photo of replacement.
1965 - The Doris Robinson Beauty School and Owner’s Apartment, 1401 NE 26th Street, Wilton Manors FL. Duckham remodeled the building in 1990 for the Boys and Girls Club. Additional changes featured in a February 4, 2007, article in the Miami Herald (black and white photo above).
1965 - The William F. Shanks House Addition. Destroyed. New house built in 2013.
1966 - The Arnold L. Langsen House, 2140 SW 27th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold in 1969 to Sally Creswell.
1966 - The Frank Buck House, 2218 NE 15th Court, Fort Lauderdale FL. 1,000 sf. All furniture was built in. Destroyed. Sold in 1997 to Bhupendra and Pamela Manhas, who built a new house in 2011.
1966 - The Theo R. and Loralee Stephan House Remodeling, 1239 Middle River Drive, Fort Lauderdale FL. Destroyed. Original house built around 1952. Stephans purchased in early 1966, and it was on the market in 1968, off and on through early 1970s. Sold to William Bierbower. Sold in 2002 to Kenneth Brooks. Sold in 2018 to Joseph and Rachel Madalon, who built a new house in 2021; third photo is of replacement.
1966 - The Derrance Curran Apartment Remodeling, aka Curran Casa Apartments, 2756 NE 14th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. Original build date of 1951. Sold and destroyed in 2011.
1966 - The Larry Kassman House, Northeast 201st Street, Miami FL. Sold for the first time in 2001 to Raul and Simona Rosenthal.
1966 - The Sam Tucker Beach House, Stuart FL. Status unknown.
1966 - The Harry Audette House Remodeling, Ridge Country Club. Status unknown.
1967 - The John Baer House, 17 Seneca Road, Sea Ranch Lakes FL. Altered by Duckham in 1995 for Richard Toplin, among subsequent owners. Also altered by others. Sold in 2000 to Linda Cawley.
1967 - The Dave and Polly Peterson House, Fort Lauderdale FL. Destroyed.
1967 - The Robert L. Pechnick House, 1551 SW 15th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale FL. The client was an architect and the little detached studio was for him to conduct his rendering business away from family activities. In 1973, the house sustained substantial fire damage and was subsequently demolished. Sold in 2005 to Scott and Kimberly Van de Bogart, who built a new house in 2006.
1967 - The Raymond Salvati House, 1728 NE 23rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale FL. Altered in 1979 by Duckham; deck added by Duckham in 1992 and other alterations made by Duckham in 1999 for Phil Gori.
1967 - The Bud Anderson House, Deerfield Beach FL. Built. Status unknown.
1967 - The John (Jack) Doran House, Banyan Drive, Tropical Isles, Delray Beach FL. The site was a corner waterfront on the west side of the Intracoastal Waterway. Destroyed.
1967 - The Apartment Annex Remodeling. For AI Johnson. Built.
1968 - The Larry Tobe House, 5780 SW 61st Avenue, Davie FL.
1968 - The William M. Mabry Jr. House, 208 Masters Road, Hixson TN. Altered by Duckham and others. Mabry specifically requested a round house. The dectagon was the geometric choice for the plan as the ten segments worked well for the room functions together with a sunken living room in the center. The entrance (second photo) became a painted celebration of the circle. Sold in 1985 to William and Sherry Wilson.
1968 - The Matthew and Shirley Strumor House, Key Heights Road, Tavernier FL. Built. Presumed Destroyed..
1969 - The Ralph Johnsen House, 2601 NE 36th Street, Lighthouse Point FL. Address is also listed as 2601 East Sample Road. Altered by Duckham in 1973. Also altered by others. Sold in 2005 to Susan Rodell. For sale in 2022.
1969 - The Louisa Carpenter House, 20 Harborage Drive, The Harborage, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold in 1980 to Earl and Kathryn Congdon.
1969 - The Allan A. Catanzaro House, 2861 NE 29th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold in the mid-1970s to William F. Hogan. Sold in 1980 to Jack Enterline, still owner as of 2020.
1969 - The Vernon Pope (Bob and Betty Pond) House, 2550 NE 31st Court, Lighthouse Point FL. Destroyed. Sold around 1996 to Katherine and Fletcher Creamer. Sold in 2014 to Ira and Lavinia Rosner, who, in 2018, hired Ray Qualmann Marine Construction to build a new house. First photos are original house; last photo is replacement.
1969 - The Joanne Malone Remodel, 278 Tropic Drive, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Originally built in 1956. Sold in 2006 to Robert and Regina Buzzetti. Sold in 2018 to Amilee and Brian Duke. Sold in 2020 to Jacqueline Kossar. Needs verification as a Duckham.
1969 - The Bob Rieman Addition, 2601 NE 27th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold to Hans Sebastian Bez and Carolina Magnussen. Sold in 2019 to John and Kelly Krier. Sold in 2020 to Guy and Mary Ragosta.
1969 - The Edmunds House Addition. Built.
1970 - The Ed McQuade House, 2220 NE 16th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. A small bachelor house on a corner lot on a dead-end canal. After McQuade moved to the woods in 1977, Mr. Prince bought the house (see next entry). Sold in 1983 to Charles M. Prince. Altered by Duckham.
1970 - The Charles M. and Betty Ann Prince House, 1918 Sunrise Key Boulevard, Sunrise Key, Fort Lauderdale FL. Destroyed. After the Prince's divorce in 1977, Mr. Prince bought the McQuade house (listing above). In 1980 Duckham designed a law office for Mr. Prince. Sold in 2004 to Hannes Jagerhofer. Sold in 2014 to Steven Gregory Murphy, who built a new house in 2016. Aerial is of replacement.
1970 - The Leo Cannon Apartment Interior. Built.
1970/1971 - The John Palmer House, aka Waterfall House, 1420 Julie Lagoon, Lutz FL. Sold to Jerry Ison. Sold in 2005 to William Lynch. Sold in 2018 to Alberto and Maria Comas. Sold in 2021 to the Palmer family; current owner listed as John M. Palmer III.
1971 - The Roman E. Moreth House, 3000 NE 19th Street, Dolphin Isles, Fort Lauderdale FL. Still owned by the Moreth family as of 2020.
1971 - The Charles Marqusee/Al Malnik House, 1 Sonoma Lake Boulevard, Boca Raton FL. Was Sonoma Lake Drive. The site was 10 acres bordering a 15 acre lake. The original clients found they were unhappy with the isolation and in 1975 sold the house to Mr. Malnik. In 1979 Duckham began renovations and additions that continued for 7 years. Stables and a recreation area were added, the last included 2 bowling alleys, a squash court, weight gym, game room, and boat house. Then a screened space frame that enclosed a swimming pool with 3 guest houses and a freeform cave structure. Next a riding ring and viewing pavilion, and when 25 more acres were acquired, the lake was extended into a series of waterways and the entrance was moved to the opposite side of the property. The last project was a 3,000 sf master bedroom, bath, and gallery addition to the main house, completed in 1992. The entire complex was demolished in 2005 by a residential developer.
1972 - The Barry Becker House, aka Farm House, 7000 Melaleuca Road (SW 130th Avenue), Southwest Ranches FL. Mrs. Becker helped design the house with some sketches of her own; the couple had 5 children. The children's bedrooms were half a level above the main floor and the master bedroom a full level up allowing for a window between for nighttime monitoring. The house was set on 40 acres with an existing large barn and a pond. Presumed destroyed.
1972 - The Bob Culbreath House, 606 Debuel Road, Lutz FL. For sale in 1987. Sold in 1994. Sold in 2004. Sold to Gary and Susan Wright.
1972 - The Charles Kahn House, Emerald Hills, Hollywood FL. Built.
1973 - The Jerry and Luci Phelps Addition, 270 Capri Avenue, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Original build date 1954. Sold ca. 1989 to Leslie and Janet Pratt.
1973 - The Jay Johnson House, Tampa FL. Status unknown.
1973 - The Bill Mills House, Tampa FL. Built. Status unknown.
1973 - The Louis Lynch House, Tampa FL. Status unknown.
1974 - The Bob Helmholdt Remodel, 1248 Seminole Drive, Fort Lauderdale FL. A radical remodeling for a bachelor orthodontist. The original structure was designed in 1950. He wanted an open more casual look to the house. The former Florida room became an activity area with a billiard table, bar, dining, and an open kitchen. A swimming pool and multi-level decks were added as an extension of the activity area. The new entrance became a landscaped garden accessed by a bridge over a pond. In 1991, the bachelor became a husband and father and additions were made by Duckham, with a more feminine touch. Still owned by Margaret Helmholdt.
1974 - The Phil Anthony Remodel, 288 South Tradewinds Avenue, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Original house built in 1964. Sold in 2015 to Michael Edgerton.
1974 - The Maurice G. and Madeline Beaulieu House Additions and Alterations, 3060 NE 47th Street, Fort Lauderdale FL. Swimming pool added by Duckham in 1976. Original house built in 1971. Sold in 1989 to the Cherof family.
1975 - The Fred and Christine Tesher House, Davie FL. Duckham consulted. Tesher and his brother Robert were dentists for the Miami Dolphins in the 1970s. Hand-built by Dr. Tesher, his sons, and a lot of friends. The house took 4 years to complete with the family living in a mobile home on the property during the build. Clippings above are from a 1984 home tour. Presumed Destroyed. Sold around 2006 to Focus Healthcare, a rehabilitation center, which closed in 2020. Sold in 2020 to Chabad Lubavitch.
1976 - The Steve Porter House, Lake Okeechobee FL. Built.
1976 - The Erwin Green House, Palm Aire, Pompano Beach FL. Built. House was duplicated by Green in Boca Raton in 1983 after a large multiunit complex was built just across the golf course. See listing below (1983).
1976 - The Snyder House, Boca Raton FL. Built.
1976 - The Steve Schulman House Remodel. Built.
1976 - The Jim Yezbeck House Remodel, Plantation FL. Built.
1978 - The Jack and Jane Kern House, 2000 Unity Way, Naples FL. According to an article in the August 22, 1980 Naples Daily News, the couple was building a new home 50 yards away from Unity Church at the same address. Constructed but Destroyed.
1980 - The Steve Vincent House I, The Harborage, Fort Lauderdale FL. Also designed the September nightclub for the same client. A fairly elaborate one bedroom house on a large and magnificent waterfront site in a small exclusive community in the middle of Ft. Lauderdale. The client liked the use of old timbers, decking, and utility poles. Altered by Duckham in 1991. Destroyed.
1981 - The Joe Melley House Addition, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea FL. Completed.
1981 - The Steve Vincent House II, Fort Lauderdale FL. Destroyed.
1982 - The George Barber Remodel, Sunset Lane, Pompano Beach FL. Built. Status unknown.
1982/1983 - The Joseph and Pamela Janoura House, 21315 Bellechasse Court, Boca Raton FL. House for a family with 3 children. Multiple levels of coral stone walls and planters lead to the entrance through a tropical garden and provide a rugged contrast and base for the articulated, layered, and stepping forms and vigorous geometry above and within. Half of the space is family oriented and intimate, the other half more formal and spacious. Sculpted white interior spaces feature brown marble floors, ledges, and built-in furniture. Altered by Duckham in 1996. Located in Boca Grove Golf Course gated community. Still owned by the Janouras as of 2020.
1983 - The Erwin Green House, 7118 Valencia Drive, Boca Raton FL. A tale of one house, two locations. First built in 1976 in Pompano Beach, it was duplicated in Boca Raton in 1983 after a large multiunit complex was built just across the golf course. Sold in 2005 to William Rand.
1983 - The John Custer Remodel, 1296 Seminole Drive, Fort Lauderdale FL. The project was a remodeling of an existing house that just happened to be next door to the Helmholdt house, which was also a remodel. The location looked southeast over a wide bay, across the Intracoastal Waterway, to Birch State Park. Wood was used cosmetically throughout, and a large heavy timber covered deck was added overlooking the bay. House has since been demolished. For sale in 1986. Aerial is of replacement.
1984 - The Dan Duckham Contemporary Mountain Cabin, 1007 Laurel Knob Road, Laurel Springs, Cashiers NC. In 2001, Duckham remodeled the barn into an office and added a guesthouse. Has been sold, possibly destroyed, needs verification.
1985 - The Murray Liebowitz House, Egremont MA. Built. Friends from Ft. Lauderdale asked to have a Victorian house built on a Massachusetts property. Each room or function was designed with a gable roof on the exterior. Status unknown.
1985 - aka DandD Partnership Speculative House, Chattooga Forest, Cashiers NC. Built.
1986 - The Jon E. Krupnick House, 1601 SE 9th Street, Rio Vista, Fort Lauderdale FL. Original house was a 2 bd/1 bath. The idea was a walled mini-estate feeling with architecture of interplay between traditional shapes and geometric forms, between sloping tile roofs and mahogany ceilings and white stucco forms and planes which articulate the exterior and extend to the interior as varying height ceiling planes. Sold in 1996. Sold in 2002 to Robert E Powell. Sold in 2015 to Steven and Sharon Sherman. Destroyed, new house completed 2017.
1986 - The Williams Island Remodel, Williams Island, Aventura FL. For Williams Island Associates.
1987 - The Bob Pacifice Alterations, 2627 Castilla Isle, Las Olas Isles, Fort Lauderdale FL. Destroyed around 2014. Sold to Scott Rothstein. Sold in 2012 to Anthony Coppola. Photo is of replacement.
1987 - The Eddie Trump Penthouse Interior, Williams Island Tower, 4000 Island Blvd, Aventura FL. Built. Purchased in 1979-1980; developed over 15 years.
1987 - The Sam Wyman Remodel, 7858 Afton Villa Court, Boca Grove, Boca Raton FL. Sold in 2001 to Allan B. Solomon.
1987 - The Brent Cornwell Addition. Built.
1987 - The Lincoln Park Remodel. For Joe Janoura. Built.
1987 - The Jefferson Square Remodel. For Joe Janoura. Built.
1988 - The Steve and Carol Powell House, 1813 SE 9th Street, Rio Vista, Fort Lauderdale FL. The clients were a rugged outdoorsman and a refined, more sophisticated woman. The challenge was to reconcile their differences. The plan is essentially a great room with varying ceiling heights defining each function. The living room and the kitchen were in the main gabled ceiling space with the dining area under a lower flat ceiling. A billiard room was two steps down, defined by a lower flat ceiling, and separated by a bar which accommodated bar stools on the lower side for the men and chairs on the higher side for the women. The master bedroom was located behind the coral stone fireplace mass and had its own fireplace which was expressed by the "rabbit ears" shape of the chimney. Two guest bedrooms were on the second floor. The water side opens entirely to outdoor living spaces, including a swimming pool and major dock space for several fishing boats. Still owned by Carol Powell as of 2020.
1988 - The Hugh and Marcia Stock Condominiums, Martingham Drive, St. Michaels MD. 32 units. Couple owned the Harbourtowne Inn, Conference Center, and Country Club located at 9784 Martingham Drive. Presumed unbuilt.
1988 - The John and Esther Fuhrer Remodel, 179 Royal Palm Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Original build date 1951. Esther lived in the home until her passing in 2018. Sold in 2020 to Kolec and Margerita Ndoja.
1989 - The Aaron Schecter House, 1060 North North Lake Drive, Hollywood FL. Addition by Duckham in 2006 for Ed Blair. From recent sale: "Architect Dan Duckham's Geometric Abstraction/Simplistic clean lines makes this custom house one of a kind! Featured in TV's Burn Notice and multiple commercials." Sold in 2003 to Ed Blair. Sold in 2012 to William Combs and Oiva Lloyd. Sold in 2016 to Sunshine Trust Distinctive Appliances Etal in Canada.
1989 - The Lincoln Park West Tenant Plan. For Joe Janoura. Built.
1989/1990 - The James K. and Holly Isom House, 165 Indian Mound Trail, Plantation Key FL. Sold in 2011 to Arthur Redgrave.
1990 - The Bob and Estelle Pfeifer Remodel Study. Built.
1990 - The Fred Rubin Interior Alterations. Completed.
1990 - The Theodore Harris (Theoharis) Residential Interiors, Fort Lauderdale FL. Built. The partial tear down of a 1940s house rebuilt by another architect. When the owners became discouraged working with interior designers, they asked Duckham to step in. The construction was in an early stage and there was plenty of freedom to work. Duckham also designed the coffee table and front door, seen here, as well as the landscaping.
1991 - The Robert Bernsen House, Palm Beach County FL. Built.
1991 - The Michael Weisz Additions and Alterations, South Miami FL. Built.
1992 - The Robert Jabbour Interior Remodel. Built.
1993 - The Joy McDonald House Interior Remodel/Cabinetry. Built.
1993 - The Jim Ellis House. Status unknown.
1993 - The Steve Hersh House Interior, Weston FL. Built. Status unknown.
1993 - The Stuart and Thea Kevin House, North Miami FL. Possible address 1000 Island Boulevard, Aventura FL. Built. House for a young couple planning a family. A composition of vigorous interplay of geometric forms defined and clarified by glass. The exterior is a direct reflection of interior spaces, and the interlocking elements continue inside. Floors on the main living level are silver travertine marble. The upper level is carpeted and includes the master suite on one side with a bridge across the living/dining room to children's bedrooms and a playroom over the kitchen and family room. After two years of design and construction and a few short years of living in the house, the couple moved back to Michigan.
1994 - The Jon Krupnick Studio and Guesthouse. Status unknown.
1996 - The Alberto Finol House Remodel, 1051 Rio Vista Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale FL. After planning for a new design to be built, the owners fell in love with an existing old Spanish style house on a double lot with major frontage on the New River that would work for their 80' yacht. The old house was radically remodeled, adding a second-floor master bedroom, an expanded kitchen, a breakfast room, screened porch, and greatly enhanced outdoor spaces. The entire property was also landscaped. Demolished.
1997 - The Jeff and Denise Roszkowski Additions and Remodel, 2691 SW 110th Way, Davie FL. Original build date 1972. Sold for the first time in 2013 to Stephanie Shorr.
1998 - The James K. and Holly Isom Remodel, 187 River Drive, Jupiter FL. Original build date 1960. As of January 2023, house was still owned by Holly Isom.
1998 - The Charlie Urso Remodel, Sea Ranch Lakes FL. Possible address 34 Minnetonka Road. Demolished; new house built in 2021. Aerial is of replacement.
1998 - The Dan Copher Cabana Addition. Built.
1999 - The Sam Leder and Frank Wilder Speculative House, Timber Ridge NC. Built.
1999 - The Dormitory Remodel, Sapphire NC. Built.
1999 - The Angela Elia House Addition. Built.
2000 - The Sal and Angelo House Expansion. Built.
2001 - 342 Timber Ridge Drive #38, Cashiers NC. Last sold in 2016.
2001 - The Mel and Sherry Kline House, Lake Glenville NC. Built.
2001/2002 - The Duckham Speculative House, Lot 4, Laurel Knob Road, Laurel Springs, Cashiers NC. Altered by others.
2002 - The Steve Vincent House III, Plantation FL. Built. A bachelor client now married with children, he had a 3rd house designed by Duckham. Landscaping by Duckham in 2009.
2004 - The Nic Moller House Additions, Brookfondale NY. Built.
2005 - The Steve and Carol Scott House, 1670 SE 7th Street, Rio Vista, Fort Lauderdale FL. Sold in 2019 to Isabell and James Harrison.
2005 - The Dennis Beaulier Speculative House Revision, @ Grassy. Built.
2005 - The Henz House, 304 Tyneridge Road, Banner Elk NC. Last sold in 2021.
2006 - The Bill Shepherd Condominiums, Highlands NC. 46 Unit Condo Project. Pending.
2007 - The Don and Marilyn McCreary House, Found Forest, Cashiers NC. Status unknown.
2009 - The Village Green Commons, 160 Frank Allen Road, Cashiers NC. A 5,800 square foot timber frame indoor events venue with an attached open-air amphitheater and expansive grassy lawn.
2010 - The Bill and Tammy Lynch Cabin, Georgia. The Lynches own what was the Palmer House in Lutz FL. They also owned 35 acres in Pine Mountain, near Callaway Gardens. The project, a small vacation cabin, he intended to build himself. The location looks into the woods but also has a pastoral view of an adjacent pasture, including cattle and a watering pond. Construction was underway at the time the archive was put up on site.
Sources include: Guy Peterson, Dan Duckham, Randy Henning.