In the living room, a pair of Frog chairs by Piero Lissoni for Living Divani join custom leather furnishings. The family can finally display all their books and artworks, including the large-scale piece, Topophilia-Imbuing in Monet, 2005, by Keiko Hara.  Photo 1 of 8 in A Brick-Clad Modern Family Home in Chicago
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The artwork extends nearly the length of the entire north-facing wall of the living-dining-kitchen area, which overlooks the back courtyard and the garage.  Photo 3 of 8 in A Brick-Clad Modern Family Home in Chicago
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Exterior Chicago architect Brad Lynch demolished the 1940s bungalow he’d been sharing with his family for nearly two decades, and in its place built a brick-clad structure that would function as a modern counterpoint to its more traditional neighbors.  Photo 2 of 8 in A Brick-Clad Modern Family Home in Chicago
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