Under its zigzag roofline, nearly every vertical surface in this 1967 house curves to form a circle. The windows curve. The paneled hallways curve. The front doors (there are two) curve.
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“When you close a door, you see a continuous round wall,” says Julian Goldklang, who with his wife, Desiree..
Have turned the house — and to a degree themselves — into an ode to midcentury design.
“Most people don’t get their dream home to be their first home,” Julian says. “I really feel lucky to live here.”
The House is a 30-foot circle. The outer part of the round is mainly composed of the public spaces.The center houses the master bedroom,almost all of the walls are curved.
Although they’d never been inside a round house before, they decided they couldn’t live anywhere else.