Currie was a leading figure in the development of Six Moon Hill, a planned community with egalitarian ideals. The houses were affordable for young professionals with children and experimental in design. Currie and the TAC architects each built houses for their families at Six Moon Hill, except for Gropius, who lived in Lincoln. Hallmarks of the homes were large glass windows and experimental polymer skylights.
“Six Moon Hill.” Architectural Forum, Vol. 92, no. 6, June 1950, pp. 112-123. https://usmodernist.org/AF/AF-1950-06.PDF.