McDonald Residence / John Randal McDonald

This is a natural house for natural people in which to be natural, said architect John Randal McDonald, who designed this house in 1953 for his expanding family, after they outgrew the first McDonald residence that he built in 1949. Located in Racine, Wisconsin, the three-bedroom has two bathrooms and measures 240 square metres over three stacked levels to create a dynamic home that surprises at every turn — via Curbed

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