While the majority of Richard Neutra's projects a strung throughout Southern California, the modernist architect did find himself on the East Coast from time to time. On one of those occasions, he created the Glen House. The mid-century home is one of only three designed by the architect in Connecticut. Built in 1959, the dwelling has been thoughtfully restored to feature more of Neutra's details that were left off during the originally build while also adding upgrades that adapt to modern living. The renovation opened the interior to create a free-flowing kitchen and living space. Rooms were also rearranged to allow in more natural light and create a greater connection between the inside and the outdoors through the floor-to-ceiling glazing, a signature feature of Neutra.
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