Rufus and Leslie Stillman asked Breuer to design a second home in Litchfield, Connecticut, nearly 15 years after the architect built their first. The U-shaped house was nestled at the base of a hill and featured light-colored walls with large windows over a stone block base. Breuer's partner Herbert Beckhard assisted with the design.
The main floor contained a central living / dining / kitchen area with a glass wall that overlooked an open courtyard enclosed by a stone wall. The sleeping area for the children was located in the west wing, while the east wing contained a closet, a dark room and the master bedroom suite. The lower level housed a garage. A retaining wall of just over 15 meters leads away from the house on the eastern side. In the mid-1970s, Breuer again designed a third home
for these clients and close friends.
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