Top 10 Sarasota School Structures

  1. “The Umbrella House,” 1300 Westway Drive, Lido Shores (Paul Rudolph, 1953)
  2. Healy Guest House, aka “The Cocoon House,” 3575 Bayou Louise Lane, Siesta Key (Ralph Twitchell & Paul Rudolph, 1950)
  3. Sarasota High School Addition, 1000 South School Lane (Paul Rudolph, 1960)
  4. Revere Quality Institute House, 100 Ogden Lane, Siesta Key (Ralph Twitchell & Paul Rudolph, 1948; Restoration and Addition by Guy Peterson, 2008)
  5. Hiss Studio, aka Lido Shores Sales Office, 1310 Westway Drive, Lido Shores (Tim Seibert, 1953; Residential Addition by Bert Brosmith, 1962)
  6. Siesta Key Beach Pavilion, 948 Beach Road, Siesta Key (Tim Seibert, 1958; Renovation and Addition by Sweet-Sparkman Architects, 2016)
  7. Nokomis Beach Pavilion, 100 Casey Key Road, Casey Key (Jack West, 1954)
  8. St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 2256 Bahia Vista Street (Victor Lundy, 1959)
  9. St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Sanctuary, 2256 Bahia Vista Street (Victor Lundy, 1968)
  10. Sarasota City Hall, 1565 First Street (Jack West, 1966)

Other Notable Structures

Joe Barth Insurance Building, 25 S. Osprey Avenue (Victor Lundy, 1958)

Cohen House, 101 Garden Lane, Siesta Key (Paul Rudolph, 1955)

Lamolithic Houses, 5528, 5540, 5544, 5548 Avenida del Mare, Siesta Key (Ralph Twitchell & Paul Rudolph, 1948)

Lawyers Professional Building, 2051 Main Street (Frank Folsom Smith, 1961)

Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, aka “The Pagoda Building,” 655 N. Tamiami Trail (Victor Lundy, 1956)

Harkavy House, 113 Morningside Drive (Paul Rudolph, 1958)

Southgate Community Center, 3145 Southgate Circle (Victor Lundy, 1956)

Rae Residence, 1224 Port Lane, Siesta Key (Ralph Twitchell, 1960)

Sanderling Beach Club, 7400 Sanderling Road, Siesta Key (Paul Rudolph, 1953)

DeVries/Craig House, 175 Morningside Drive, Lido Shores (Tim Seibert, 1955; Addition by Guy Peterson, 2006)