The Strick House

The differentiation between solids and voids is well expressed in the Strick House, an excellent example of the International Style as interpreted by renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. The International Style emerged as one of the architectural responses to the Modern Movement that began in Europe in the 1920s and spread throughout the world, culminating in the middle decades of the 20th century. International Style is considered the most minimal form of modernism.

The Strick House is the only home designed by Niemeyer in the United States.