Hunt House [1958]

Andrew Geller

Geller’s Hunt House is one of a series of inventively playful and low-cost summer residences designed by the architect. Displaying a profound reduction of form and a simplicity in its geometric diagram – the Hunt House is essentially two raised rectilinear volumes – one parallel to slab and the other rotated at 45° – that intersect which, amongst other programmatic functions, allows for a projection of the floor and an encasing of a stair to ascend to the second floor.

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