Near the SoMa ( South of Main) district in Little Rock Arkansas, sits a stunning house. It was built in two pieces by the architectural students at the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and then transported and assembled on a lot near downtown Little Rock. The style of this house was influenced by the International Style of architecture made famous in the 1932 MoMA exhibition by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson. Other notable architects that built in the International Style were: Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, and Richard Neutra. That style uses mass produced un-ornamented materials and features rectilinear facades where flat surfaces alternate with glass. Steel supports are sometimes used on the exterior and concrete is a preferred material.
This house on Commerce Street, incorporates a lot of glass throughout. It does not have concrete floors, they are beautiful golden hardwood floors, but it's kitchen counters are concrete slabs. They are beautiful and sleek, as is the whole kitchen, which is done in white and stainless. It even has a mini fridge that is lit with a glass door and fully stocked. I loved the magnetic knife strip which also holds gourmet salts. The house has an open plan for the front room, dining room, and kitchen. It is like staying in a museum. It is filled with beautifully designed furniture, pieces of sculpture, a TV monitor with LED neon colored light strips mounted behind it that change color, and even a MoMA glass vase with a floral arrangement in it. Here's the link to purchase the MoMA Ribbon Vase...see photos below: (purchase here)
This house is available as an Airbnb. Here's the link: https://abnb.me/OFTv37FmBP