A Bucktown house designed by celebrated Chicago architects David Brininstool and Brad Lynch returned to the market last week after being pulled when it failed to sell for $1.65 million in 2009.
The property, constructed in the early '90s and later renovated by architect and interior designer Patrizio Fradiani, has been re-listed at $1.45 million, Curbed Chicago reports.
The 3,600-square-foot home features a skylight atrium and ebonized gray maple hardwood floors, according to the Baird & Warner listing.
Brininstool and Lynch, who have since formed a new firm with Thomas Kerwin called Brininstool, Kerwin & Lynch, first gained attention for high-profile projects like the Racine Art Museum and the Vue 20 condominium tower in Chicago, Chicago Home + Garden Magazine reports. They are known for creating modern, simple exteriors and richly dramatic exteriors.
“When people ask me what kind of architecture we do, I say ‘good,’” Lynch once said.
Fradiani, a graduate of the architecture school "La Sapienza" in Rome, founded the Chicago design firm Studio F in 2004.
Take a look inside the Bucktown home here: