House VI

Peter Eisenman – Cornwall, Connecticut USA, 1975

Peter Eisenman's house VI fully represents the unconventional home concept. Eisenman, one of the New York Five, designed the house for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frank between 1972 and 1975, who found great admiration for the architect's work despite being known as the "paper architect" because it was purely theoretical . This opportunity gave Eisenman the opportunity to put his theories into practice by creating one of the most famous and difficult houses built in the United States.
More information on this architecture.

House VI - Peter Eisenman

Drawings that can be purchased

House VI


18 €

How the download works?

To download files from there are 4 types of downloads, identified by 4 different colors. Discover the subscriptions

for all

for Archweb users

for Premium users

Single purchase
pay 1 and download 1