Collection by Zachary Edelson

Stunning Modern Homes from Alexander Gorlin


In our February issue, on newsstands now, we detailed how architect Alexander Gorlin was revamping Eero Saarinen's masterpiece Bell Labs (now Bell Works). Here we take a peek at some of Gorlin's residential projects, which range from the Nova Scotia coast to the Rocky Mountains.

To see more of Gorlin's work, visit his website here.

The client behind this glass-and-concrete dwelling selected the site for its unadulterated primeval landscape: it's...
Starphire glass lets the sun illuminate the house, which is composed of a series of interconnected two story pavilions.
This 2004 town house may be the Second City's bachelor pad to end all bachelor pads.
In the living room, the sofa is from Zanotta, the chair and ottoman are from Herman Miller, and the floor lamp is from...
Located in Genesee, Colorado, this 2001 project's ample use of stone was inspired by the Native American architecture...
The home's near-continuous glass walls make for a truly immersive experience.
This 2008 family residence actually began with a 1784 stone house, seen at the right.
Original oak beams, revealed as part of the renovation, stretch across the interior of the renovated 1784 structure.
In one bastion of traditional architecture—the Hamptons—this home stands out.
The bay-facing facade, which is also the home's entrance, is clad in African teak and limestone.