Designtel - Bernstein House, Arthur Cotton Moore

Bernstein House

Arthur Cotton Moore

An infill site with a masonry boundary wall wrapping the entire perimeter, Arthur Cotton Moore’s Bernstein house is a whimsical wonder of space-age modernity. With porthole windows across both horizontal and vertical surfaces, quarter-circle glazed greenhouse roofing, subtle super graphics, tubular steel balustrades and sculptural, free-flowing geometries throughout (inclusive of a stark pool and stair), Moore’s design – much like the rest of his body of work – pushed boundaries by coalescing disparate elements and textures into a uniquely whole form.

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