Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Look at this mid-century inspired beauty in the Hamptons!! Can you believe it was built in the early 2000's and not straight out of the Bauhaus movement. The gridded curtain wall, open floor plan, half walls and that rectangular pool are all similar elements that were seen in the German Pavillion which was designed by the Bauhaus icon himself, Mies van de Rohe. This particular home is designed by architect, Michael Haverland who has designed some stunning residences all over New York. By the way did anyone notice the PINK Eames lounge chair in the second image? Now that's a unique spin on a classic piece!