The Homes of Others
March 28, 2011
Curbed National shows us the homes starchitects have designed for themselves – from the NYC apartment of Stern to the insect-like bungalow in the south of France (above). We thought it worthy of a repost, and added a few contributions of our own. Click through.
Robert A.M. Stern lives in his Chatham building when in New York.
Alvar Aalto designed the Aalto House for he and his family – it’s now a museum dedicated to the Finnish great.
Norman Foster’s seaside bungalow in Cap Ferrat, France.
Frank Gehry’s Santa Monica home.
Oscar Niemeyer, Casa das Canoas, Rio de Janeiro.
The Eames’ House in Los Angeles.
Philip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut.