Designed by award-winning architects Hariri and Hariri, this modernist home expresses a minimalist aesthetic and is part of the Houses at Sagaponac, a subdivision of modern houses planned by developer Harry J. (Coco) Brown and intended to serve as a museum of architecture. The architects were inspired in their design of the home by Giacometti's sculpture titled "Figure in a Box Between Two Boxes, which are houses." This home is considered a work of art. The L-shaped one-story home on more or less than 2.72 acres offers more or less than 5,000 sq. ft. of living space, with five bedrooms and five and one-half baths in two wings surrounding a central terrace with a pool. The wood and concrete home is elevated on a solid platform and seems to hover above the landscape. The open plan living areas in one wing have walls of glass doors and windows that flood the interiors with light and provide views of the landscape in a convergence of indoors and outdoors. Living, dining and kitchen areas flow seamlessly into one another including the elegant master suite, secluded off to one side and with a spacious bath with glass-enclosed shower. The other wing, with glass walls and doors providing views and outdoor access and solid walls affording privacy, has three bedrooms, all en suite. The large library at one end of this wing offers a quiet space to get away from it all. In the finished lower level are a state-of-the-art theater, gym with infra-red sauna, additional bedroom and full bath, storage space and garage access. A separate and substantial guest house/art studio, also designed by the Hariri sisters, includes a full bath, outdoor shower with a secluded hot tub off to the side. The artist's space includes tall ceilings with transom windows and clerestory windows providing northern light. A Har-Tru tennis court, two-car garage and 20,000 watt automatic backup generator complete this distinctive modernist property.