Designed by Marcel Breuer as a personal residence, his Connecticut House is the embodiment of his modernist vision. The home was built in 1951 but has recently welcomed a new addition. The former two-bedroom structure has nearly doubled in size thanks to a steel and glass volume that mimics the icon's signature architectural vocabulary. Like nearly all mid-century dwellings, glazing is ever present throughout the home. This design feature is most prominent in the main living area and the cantilevered master bedroom, showcasing the swimming pool and surrounding acreage.
Photos: Houlihan Lawrence