Saturday, November 27, 2010

Sculptured House on Genesee Mountain

Houses with an area of 7500 square meters, designed by Charles Deaton, the house with the draft without a point is called "sculptured House" on Genesee Mountain outside Denver in Colorado. Deaton designed this house in 1963, a very creative idea, create a different home, do not have the four corners of the rectangle. This house consists of three main levels. The first floor appear smaller, with decorative glass on the side of the house. What a stunning design. I was informed that this house has been sold, if you want to buy it?

Curiosity architecture, built in 1963, was featured in the 1973 Woody Allen film, Sleeper. It was purchased in 1999 by software millionaire John Huggins for $ 1.3 million. Although Huggins is now an angel investor, he was previously chief financial officer of software company Johnson-Grace, which develops streaming media applications and later acquired by America Online in 1996.

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