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Lyle Antieau House (William Vescolani House)
From small balconies, large sweeping decks, portholes, and ribbons of windows, this dunes beach house offers views of Lake Michigan and the St. Joseph River Yacht Basin. A grain silo–like stairwell connects all five stories at the core of the building. In its stratification and in its provision for uninterrupted views, the house is like a version of Schindler's Lovell Beach House of fifty years earlier. The influence of Le Corbusier is evident here, especially in the rear of the house. In 2004 a one-story addition was placed on the house's southwest side.
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