In 1959 Marcel Breuer created a spectacularly house located in a wooded sanctuary outside of Baltimore. Known as Hooper House II, it features the “binuclear” concept of a central courtyard that separates public areas (living, dining, kitchen) from private spaces (six bedrooms and a family room). Hooper II is stringent Bauhaus; a masterful demarcation of taut planes and open plans using local, natural materials. The house was featured in Architectural Record Houses of 1961, and was published in Dwell with its new owner.

Thank you Bauhaus and Marcel Breuer for a beautiful and unique house in Baltimore, Maryland!

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