Hauer adapted the modules, typically gypsum, to be made from a weather-resistant composite of cement and crushed marble. Photo by Nelson Kon.
Protecting the glass walls of the house’s rooftop gym are screens built from Erwin Hauer’s first modules, named Design 1 when they were introduced in 1950. Photo by Nelson Kon.
Francesco Rota designed the chaise longues on the patio. Photo by Nelson Kon.
The living area features chairs by Patricia Urquiola, Jean Prouvé, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, and Fernando and Humberto Campana. Photo Nelson Kon.
Decking surrounds the gym. Photo by Nelson Kon.
The Bouroullec brothers’ chair sits on the linoleum flooring of the gym, which doubles as a yoga studio. Photo by Nelson Kon.
A vintage chair and a cocktail table designed with the denim company Diesel gather in the library. Photo by Nelson Kon.
Polished stainless steel frames the screens around the gym. Photo by Nelson Kon.