Designed by Breuer for Preston and Helen Robinson, it is located on a land of over 40 acres, with a design with a design that maximizes integration with the surrounding environment.
This one-story, expansive house sits peacefully on a large site and offers sweeping views of the Berkshire mountains. The planimetric distribution is binuclear, with a clear division between the living and sleeping areas, arranged under a butterfly roof that ends with cantilever trusses. Nature penetrates the structure with internal plantations and courtyards, while the country stone walls extend to embrace the landscape. The wide use of windows in the lounge - dining room makes the distant hills the external border of the internal space, always changing with the seasons and the changing light.
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