The late, great architect Arthur Erickson designed two homes for the Eppich brothers, Helmet and Hugo, in the late ’70s. We were fortunate enough to be able to profile the first Eppich house—Helmet’s—when it was thoughtfully restored by Battersby Howat (and rescued by homeowners Asaph and Hemsa Fipke).

And now Eppich II, the house Erickson designed for Hugo and his wife Brigitte, has just come on the market. Designed in 1979, the 7,000-square foot glass-and-steel marvel is still owned by its original clients, who also commissioned a complete set of custom furniture by Erickson’s longtime partner and associate, Francisco Kripacz. Eppich himself was a collaborator on the project—his own steel fabrication company created the curving beam supports of the home, a feat not yet seen in residential design. Once it was completed in 1988, Erickson described Eppich II as “my most complete work.”

It’s still owned by the Eppichs, who have done careful renovations and restorations over the last few years. In the primary bedroom, for example, the built-in beds were replaced, but the accent walls behind the frame remain.

The home is on the market for $12,800,000, and you can see the complete listing here—and superstar architectural photographer Ema Peter captured the home in its present day glory, shown here.