The architect, sometimes referred to as the sixth of the Harvard Five, designed one-of-a-kind houses.
Author: Photographs by Michael Biondo
Especially intriguing are the homes built by architects for themselves: Here we see Marcel Breuer’s true genius, uncompromised by pesky client concerns. Designed in 1951 by the man best known for his tubular, steel-and-leather Wassily chair, this low-slung, stone-and-glass dwelling in New Canaan is U-shaped with separate wings for adult and children bedrooms.
The winning projects in the 2015 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards came courtesy of Reese Owens Architects, Robert Dean Architects and Douglas Vanderhorn Architects.
The winning projects in the 2015 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards came courtesy of Northern Lights Construction LLC, Jordan Construction LLC and Significant Homes, LLC.