I wrote about a new house in Chicago by Peter Gluck and Partners for April’s Architectural Digest. Slideshow here.
Neighboring estates in this suburb of Chicago often announce their presence with showy turrets or columned façades, but Cascade House, a lakeside residence designed by New York architecture firm Peter Gluck and Partners, makes a more discreet impression. From its front drive, all one sees is a stack of two glass boxes: one transparent, one translucent. The rest of this home—true to its name—drops out of view, gently terracing down toward the waters of Lake Michigan.
And no, I didn’t actually get to go there. Sigh.