Lakeshore Residence / William Kessler

The unique floorplan of this home in Burtchville Township on the shores of Lake Huron in Michigan was designed by architect William Kessler — a disciple of Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus School — in 1976 with four triangular volumes joined like a sharp-angled hourglass and bisected by a hallway. With 490 square metres, the glass-box home boasts views of Lake Huron, colour-block cabinets, and plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows. A lower floor features a downright groovy red-shag conversation pit with fireplace. Located at 7738 Lakeshore Road, the home has been on and off the market since 2016 and is now asking $1,549,000 — via Curbed

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