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To reconcile a sophisticated Bauhaus aesthetic with an 1870s Victorian home, the designer came up with an ingenious solution: Connecting the corners of the living room and parlor established an eleven-and-a-half degree angle. The furniture and the lighting now run parallel to this grid, reinforcing the idea that a “modern” interior resides within the space but is not actually part of the Victorian structure. Photographer: Peter Rymwid