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  • Gerardo Jiménez

    Mid century modern architecture - Hooper House II (1959) by Marcel Breuer. In 1959 Marcel Breuer created a spectacularly long, low house of Maryland fieldstone in a wooded sanctuary outside of Baltimore.

  • Andrew Ferrie

    I want a garden wall like this

  • friztin

    Marcel Breuer's 1959 Hooper House II was featured in Dwell's December/January 2009 issue. It’s a textbook example of Breuer’s classic “bi-nuclear” house, a division of the home into spaces for adults and children. One of Breuer's bi-nuclear houses was featured in the Museum of Modern Art's House in Garden exhibition series, which introduced modern living to the American audience. Click here to read about that house's preservation.

  • Pink Lammington

    marcel bruer's 1959 hooper house exterior front door

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