This thoughtful pile of geometric volumes covered in stark white aluminum screams modern Japanese architecture, but it's actually set on the tranquil lakefront landscape of the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts. Designed as a second home for a couple based in New York City, the house by Brooklyn firm Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design looks drastically different from the rear side, where the same white aluminum panels frame prime views of the lake.
As Dwell highlights, the interior ditches the ever-popular open plan scheme for defined spaces with more transitional areas. From the steel kitchen under a Velux skylight to the master bedroom with a wraparound deck, the whole place is pretty divine.
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