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The Tatum House, 1962 and 1967

Hugh Smallen’s "Tatum House" is a striking exemplar of New Canaan’s iconic Bauhaus-inspired midcentury Modernism, offering clean, minimalist lines and flowing spaces. The home’s interior spaces are designed for comfort and flexible living, while its expansive window walls continuously frame the landscape and seasons. The home, built in 1962 and expanded by Smallen in 1967, has maintained its...

Modern Home by Taliesin Graduate, 2000

Featured in Architectural Digest and designed by Taliesin graduate John Gillis, this remarkable 5-bedroom, 5 full + 2 half-bath modern home suggests a Prairie-style village of adjoining rooms surrounding a courtyard opening to a pool, fountain, private lake and 2.2 lush acres in North Stamford. The double-height great room has a custom stone fireplace, a wall of doors to the terrace, and 25-ft cathedral...

Rudolph Schindler Architect

The Samuel and Bertha Skolnik House, 1950-1952

"The house is essentially a carousel, an open space with a merry-go-round in the middle," wrote Schindler biographer Esther McCoy of the Skolnik Residence. Skolnik was the last of Schindler's three built translucent houses whose genesis began as a reaction to his time spent overseeing the construction of Wright's Hollyhock House. In the mild climate of Southern California, Schindler developed his "Space...

Villa Delcourt - Richard Neutra, Architect

Maison Delcourt, 1969

Iconic California Architecture in the North of France Also called Villa Neutra, this modern house was built in 1969 for the industrialist Marcel Delcourt, an entrepreneur from the North (CEO of 3 Suisses from 1948 to 1988). Designed by the American architect Richard Neutra, in collaboration with his son Dion Neutra and his partner Bruno Honegger, this house is the architect's only project in France and...

Richard Neutra, Architect - The Brice Residence

The Brice Residence, 1936-1950

Neutra House for Sale First offering since 1950:  Richard Neutra’s Plywood Brice Residence (also known as the Super-Plywood Model House), 1936-1950 comes with a rich history. Predecessor to John Entenza’s Case Study House Program, Neutra’s Douglas Fir Plywood Demonstration House was originally built for a House & Garden exhibition to showcase a modern living lifestyle. After a successful run,...

Greenwich, Connecticut

Note: New offer with an extra lot for $11,500,000. This stunning storybook property is set in the exquisite woodlands of the most prestigious enclave of mid-country Connecticut, off picturesque Round Hill. Designed by the Frederick Law Olmstead office, creator of Central Park and Queens Park in London, Khakum Wood is reminiscent of Olmstead’s Manhattan centerpiece with a gently rolling landscape,...

Dekker House

The architect's own home, the 1964 Albert Dekker residence was designed as the family residence for the founder of New Mexico's largest architectural firm - Dekker Perich Sabatini. This 2,400 square foot home features the sleek, sophisticated lines and styling evocative of the Case Study Houses rendered in the warm, natural materials of New Mexico. Walls, both inside and out, are buff-colored Crego...

Maison Bordeaux Le Pecq, 1963-1965

Realized by the architect Claude Parent between 1963 and 1965, this house is a testimony standing out with the modernist architecture. Its oblique roofs make it a remarkable building of the 20th century endowed with a strong architectural and patrimonial value. Located in Bois-le-Roy, in border of the forest of Croth, it takes advantage of a natural environment protected around the valley of Eure. The...

Alto de Pinheiros

The roof, a sinuous slab flat, and a curved volume of the rooms, sets up a T-plan that defines the project. The house inserts itself and stands out in the original landscape of Burle Marx, and at the same time, the nature is emphasized by it. Niemeyer uses nature as a design element, as well as the slab, the slender tubular pillars and as transparent glasses of black frames. The flat slab defines a social...

The Winslow House, 1893

As Frank Lloyd Wright's first independent commission, the William Winslow House served as a radical change to the traditional styled houses in the Oak Park/Forest River area of Chicago. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970, the Winslow House's imposing fa_ade consists of Roman brick on the first floor and an ornamental frieze wrapping the second floor. The first and second floor...

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