Light-drenched spaces await inside the curvilinear form of this postmodern, Robert A M Stern-designed house, which sits on a high point in New York’s Armonk and has far-reaching countryside views.
Curving and angular walls in glass and concrete sit under high ceilings in the Armonk property, forming its eclectic PoMo design, which won the 1976 Progressive Design Award a year after it was built.
The 6,269-sq-ft postmodern property has been owned by the Carnegie Hall-playing Korean violist and music professor Soo Jeong Lee for the past four years and is now on sale for $2.75m via Patti J. Howard of Houlihan Lawrence.
The streamlined white stucco New York home has picture and clerestory windows and two wavy glass walls, which bring in a huge amount of natural light that changes throughout the day and night depending on the brightness of the moon. Its five bedrooms are arranged in a modernist fashion around blue-stoned living spaces, all of which overlook broad lawns.