Paul Rand's modernist philosophy wasn't just in his work. The graphic designer's signature aesthetic continued into his Connecticut home. It was designed in 1951 by Rand himself along with his wife. Like his iconic logos, the mid-century modern residence is clean and minimal. Its flagstone and glass facade carries over to the interior where it is met with tile floors and plywood lining. Rooms are afforded sweeping views of the eight-acre property from floor-to-ceiling glazing as well as access to expansive outdoor terraces. The highlight of the home is the designer's massive studio. Along with the house, over 300 works from Paul Rand's personal collection will be going up for auction. The lot consists of unseen paintings and graphics, custom furniture, an assortment of fine art pieces. Conducted by Wright auction house, the sale begins September 13, 2018.