Industrialist and architecture patron J. Irwin Miller commissioned a trio of designers—Eero Saarinen, Alexander Girard, and Dan Kiley—for his home in Indiana. It’s since been cemented in the canon as a masterpiece of midcentury residential design.
Inspired by the monumental forms of Aztec pyramids and the elemental beauty and bright colors of Luis Barragán’s designs, this stunning home also has notes of Le Corbusier and a hint of Tadao Ando.
The Japanese design firm Frontoffice got philosophical when designing this private family home in Tokyo.
It was designed specifically to showcase a company’s expertise in wood home construction.
Built in 1917, the 8,500-square-foot main house on the property got a complete restoration in 2007 under the current owner, fashion designer Reed Krakoff.
Grade-II listed in 1988, the 4,500-square-foot six-bedroom was originally designed for Utzon’s friend and fellow Dane, Povl Ahm, the chairman of engineering firm Arup.
As Bastille Day celebrations kick off around the world—from Belgium to Vancouver, British Columbia, and many places in between—we’re taking a look at the classic-meets-modern Paris apartments we’ve recently featured on our pages.
The house was built in 1948 for Edith and Albert Adelman, and is still in the family. It comprises a concrete block-and-wood exterior with the long, low-lying profile for which Wright’s residential designs became renowned.