Built for entertaining and turning heads, this unique midcentury home is seeking a new owner.
Acclaimed for his boundless creativity and penchant for eclectic design, iconic American architect Bruce Goff knew that in a world of boxy architecture a round house would never fail to capture the imagination.
One such circular example is the Garvey House, a round home completed in 1955 for music professor and violinist John Garvey and his wife in Urbana, Illinois.
Inspired by the couple’s love of music, Goff centered the house on entertaining. The heart of the home is a sunken, circular living room that has been designed to function as a music performance area with a wooden stage and in-built bench seating.
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