Mid-Century House in New York by Manfred H. Hufschmid
Manfred H. Hufschmid was the architect that designed this house. He worked closely with Jens Risom and Max Urba to complete this project. The house resides in Pound Ridge, New York, having 372 sq.m. in a plane of 2 acres. The entrance of the house resembles a 1950s cafe, with a beautiful corridor towards it. There are glasses over the house acquiring sufficient light throughout the day. The outdoor space is very delicate matching in a great extent a Japanese outdoor space of a house.
But the best of this house is the interior decoration of it. Earthy colours of the furniture are extensions of the stone walls and floor becoming part of the house. The house has four bedrooms, but the one displayed on the picture is adorable. It has a whole wall of windows with en suite bathroom (overall there are three bathrooms). It would be great to wake up and see the beautiful surroundings. I also loved the two chairs and the aside table looking against the entrance outside of the house. I hope you like this place as much as I did. Enjoy.