Chicago's updated 1936 'Day After Tomorrow' House, a first in solar use and energy efficiency.
Lilac upholstered chair and tube-pillowed creamy-toned sectional couch act as subtle color strokes in this family room (or screening room, if you prefer). This circular, rounded motif, in the furniture, the gigantic moon-like sun light and even the glass coffee table and aluminum bowl, are repeated in small and enlarged details throughout. The concept of the home is literally integrated in every stitch and bend.
By Francesca Robin
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