This house seems small because it’s dwarfed by the buildings around it. But it’s 4,500 square feet inside. It’s a fairly important building. Originally designed as two separate buildings, the one you see and a coach house at the back, by Andrew Rebori (who also did the white building from a couple days ago) in 1939. Then in 1946, Bertrand Goldberg, the guy who designed the iconic Marina City, built a “bridge kitchen” to connect the two halves. It flies over the courtyard.