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We remember an island getaway with a distinctive shape.
Architect Jorg Helssen liked a challenge. The rocky, waterfront site he chose to build his home needed a generator, propane for heating and refrigeration, and its own water supply, and in exchange it rewarded his family with spectacular views. Liz Bryan toured this striking, wood-heavy home in 1976, and we’re going back for another look (although submarine-style, circular windows probably aren’t trending again any time soon). Click on the picture below to start the slideshow, and click here for more throwbacks.
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