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Location: Princeton, New Jersey
The Iverson Kaplan residence, the winner of a Chicago Atheneum American Architecture Award, is a late modern house with a modular louvered addition that, per Garrison Architects, "becomes an instrument for interacting with the site." Set on a woodsy nine acres of land, the house mimics the forest around it: "as the forest canopy provides abundant shade," continue the architects, "the house admits light through its roof and disperses it by the use of translucent inclined partitions."
The residence features four bedrooms, four and a half baths, and over five thousand square feet of glass-ensconced living. Each main level room opens to outdoor space, and for the days you'd rather leave the great outdoors at the threshold, a screening room on the fully finished lower level and a newly updated integrated Apple audio system should help keep those rainy day doldrums at bay.