Marcel Breuer’s Gagarin House I lists in Connecticut

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Marcel Breuer’s Gagarin House I lists in Connecticut

 The Spaces, 21.02.19 I BY BETTY WOOD

Breuer watch: a midcentury modern home by Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer has hit the market in Connecticut’s Litchfield for $3.8m.

The modernist pioneer designed Gagarin House I in 1956 for Andrew and Jamie Gagarin. It features a steel frame and reinforced concrete structure set with natural fieldstone and Breuer’s signature walls of glass, which peek onto a leafy 1.7-acre sloping plot skirted by trees.

Much of Breuer’s original design is intact across the three-bedroom Connecticut property – on the market via Madonna & Phillips Group of William Pitt Sotheby’s – including brick and teak floors and Portuguese cork ceilings.

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