A Star is (Re)Born


In 1972, world-famous architect Victor Lundy built his modernist “garden home” on a triangle lot in the West End. (Lundy studied architecture under Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus School in Germany.)

Last year, the house received a spare-no-expense renovation, preserving the original design elements, but  expanding the square footage from 1,800 to 10,000. Soaring, floor-to-ceiling windows and dramatic, showshopping design cover every last inch of this pedigreed property. 

Listed by Craig Morris