Designed for an art collector, this house is a harmonious blend of minimalist aesthetics and functional elegance. Its exterior draws inspiration from the clean lines and geometric precision of Donald Judd and Sol LeWitt sculptures, yet it remains grounded in its context through the use of warm, textured brick infill panels.

Inside, you’ll discover the heart of the house—a true gallery space designed to showcase the owner’s art collection in the best possible light. The roof system features a raised “light monitor” with clerestory windows and reflecting surfaces to provide a gentle, diffuse north light, ensuring that the art is protected and presented as intended.

The living spaces of the house are also galleries in themselves, with white surfaces and lighting that enhance art display.  Other finishes, such as light wood floors and subtly toned stone walls, in selected areas are a warm and inviting complement to the gallery-like nature of the house.