Recently featured in Dwell magazine, this was originally designed as a personal residence in 1957 by Calvin C. Straub, FAIA. During this same period the partnership of Buff, Straub, and Hensman was formed. Expressing a pragmatism as its own form of artistry, Straub left his own acute signifiers on the Mid-Century architecture movement. Bringing us to the current presentation is a delightful intensity of this HabHouse vision; an elevation of this residence back to its original vision. Every detail of this restoration has a pristine utility for modern life workability. Cork flooring, well situated windows reflecting organic, natural surroundings. Said best by Calvin Straub himself, "A good architect has to have a good sensitivity to need." Living in heightened refinement of architectural pedigree, this is a special place to revel in uncomplicated, gracious living.