Designed by Marcel Breuer for Rufus and Leslie Stillman in 1950, this stunning Litchfield, Connecticut, home is for sale. Set on 2.8 acres, the property includes a four-bedroom home, a studio and a pool with floating staircase – all three designed by Breuer. Adjacent to the pool is a 22-foot-wide mural by Alexander Calder, who was a personal friend of the Stillmans and a frequent houseguest. Inside the home, there’s also a mural by Bauhaus member Xanti Schawinsky.
A master of modernism, Breuer studied and taught at the Bauhaus, and his many influential works include New York’s Whitney Museum (recently renamed The Met Breuer) and countless residences, as well as the Wassily Chair, one of the most widely recognized and coveted chairs produced by Knoll.