Here's the Putterman House by Hugh Newell Jacobson from 1980. This design has it all: modern lines, post-modern adoption of varied forms and reference points, and a very American fascination with rural working buildings. If a house is meant to echo a face with it's windows and door as eyes and a mouth, this one to me looks like a rabbit. Photo by Victoria Sambunaris.  Best Midcentury Homes in America by Aaron Britt

Best Midcentury Homes in America

Here's the Putterman House by Hugh Newell Jacobson from 1980. This design has it all: modern lines, post-modern adoption of varied forms and reference points, and a very American fascination with rural working buildings. If a house is meant to echo a face with it's windows and door as eyes and a mouth, this one to me looks like a rabbit. Photo by Victoria Sambunaris.

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