David Osler (1921 – present): An Ann Arbor native, Osler worked with Douglas Loree before starting his own practice in 1958. His 1950s and 60s residential work was usually for people in his age group with limited budgets, so he tried to make simple straight forward houses that would function well. Not adhering strictly to modern principles, he created interesting one of a kind houses.
- David Osler collection, Bentley Historical Library.
- Greg Saldana, curator, Modernism at Risk: Michigan Matters March-April 2011, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Ann Arbor Architect Surveys 50-Year Career, Ann Arbor News, 12/2008