Contemporary Glass and Concrete Residence in Connecticut

This house, a glass-and-concrete residence, was designed by Rafael Viñoly and his firm and cost $23.5 million to build.
The home emphasizes integration between indoor-outdoor spaces, with massive panels of custom glass, many of which slide open.
The house features 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and 4 partial baths. The metal staircase leads up to a library/study area from where you can get to the observation deck.
The entry looks into a roughly 60-foot-long indoor pool. The indoor pool area then leads out to a larger outdoor pool and yard area. The current owner Fraydun Manocherian says: ‘You can be inside in the middle of winter and look at the sky,’ referring to the ample glass used throughout the home.

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design

glass-concrete house design,contemporary house design
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