From certain angles, this modernist gem almost looks like a Mondrian painting. The playful use of boxes and rectangles recalls a set of children’s building blocks run wild. Constructed in 1970, the house was designed by renowned modern architect Paul Rudolph, and sits just 30 yards away from Lake St. Clair in Grosse Point, Michigan. The interior is even more mesmerizing — though the house stands only three stories tall, rooms sit at five different levels. Tour the interior with the Detroit Free Press.