Hooper House II Architetture famose
Located in Baltimore, Maryland, Hooper House II is a mid-century modern house, long and low, designed by Marcel Breuer and Herbert Beckhard and completed in 1959.
It is a visually impressive but also practical house, made of exquisitely laid field stone and large expanses of glass.
The plan presents the "binuclear" concept of a central courtyard that separates public areas from private ones.
Hooper II is the application of the Bauhaus concepts rigorously; a masterly delimitation of tense and open spaces that use local natural materials.
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