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Rand Residence / Paul + Ann Rand


The Connecticut residence of Paul Rand, the late art director and graphic designer best known for iconic logo designs for IBM, UPS, ABC, and more, has just hit the market and it’s a bona fide modernist treat. Designed in 1951 by Rand and his first wife, Ann (who studied with Mies van der Rohe at Illinois Institute of Technology), and completed in 1953, the three-bedroom house shows influences from Mies as well as Marcel Breuer. Like several Breuer creations to hit the market in New England recently, the Rand House is an efficient composition of glass and fieldstone nestled in extensive woodlands — almost eight acres in this case. 87 Good Hill Road is asking $895,000 — via Curbed

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