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An ode to 1980s designed by Myron Goldfinger, an architect known for eschewing traditional design in favor of austere (even chilly) architecture, has hit the market in New Jersey for exactly $999,999. The house has all the odd shapes and scantily windowed gray façades for which he was once coveted, and the furniture—including purple conversation pit and the sloppy beige seating reflected by the home's mirrored walls—is included. Form a line, please. [Realtor.com; previously]