A private courtyard sits at the heart of this boxy Houston home, built in 1989 for a family of art enthusiasts.
Texan architect Scott Strasser designed the four-bedroom River Oaks home, using Modernist principals to craft its geometric volumes and clean lines.
A white, rendered façade gives way to minimalist interiors with industrial concrete floors and exposed steel beams, while ceilings feature monorail art lights.
Sightlines have been maintained across the home, soon to be on the market with Clayton Katz of Compass for $3.25m. There’s plenty of space to display sculptures and paintings, while walls of glass peek on to the leafy courtyard.