Park Your Ferrari in This Modern ‘Ferris Bueller’ Home
Do you remember how Ferris Bueller described his pal Cameron Frye’s home in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off? He said: “The place is like a museum. It’s very beautiful and very cold, and you’re not allowed to touch anything.”
What he was trying to say was that Cameron’s home was a classic modernist space — that’s actually a real home. The steel and glass Illinois pad recently sold for $1.06 million and is so pristine that you almost can’t believe that a Ferrari costing a fortune once crashed through the window.
FoyerThis is a home that has no time or space for a single speck of dirt.
Dining RoomThese are the most modern and minimalist dining room chairs we can think of.
DenWho needs a TV when you have this view?
Living RoomThis living room also doubles as a four-car interior garage.
BathroomEven the bathroom has a modernist aesthetic.