Glass House, New York
Inspired by the glass houses of Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, this airy, light-filled home features a 42-foot living/dining room, two bedrooms, a study, a library with natural stone floor, a new kitchen and two new baths. Every room in the home features at least one full wall of floor-to-ceiling glass. Furnishings include Knoll, Herman Miller, B&B Italia, Kartell and other classic mid-century pieces, accented by a collection of modern art and tribal sculpture. Located less than an hour north of New York City , this secluded 2+ acre property features expansive lawns, mature trees, massive stone outcroppings, slate patios, a charming gazebo, a built-in pool and a 200-foot driveway with room for several vehicles. Also situated on the property is a separate studio building, ideal for use as a production office, dressing room, staging area or even as an additional interior location.