A Mid-Century Modern House Made of Light, Air and Glass

This house is located in the state of Illinois, U.S., and was designed in 1967 by the architect John Replinger. The iconic elements of a mid-century modern house are all there: open plan, floor to ceiling glass walls, a flat roof and discreet furniture that don’t distract from appreciating the outside view.

The first picture got all our attention. This mid-century modern house is perfectly integrated in its surroundings, and even the garden was inspired by the work of a modernist landscaping architect: Roberto Burle Marx.

From what we can see, you can cross it all the way through the glass door windows; is there a more mid-century modern architectural feature than this one?

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(found on Curbed)