Brutalism in the wrong hands.
This house, a rental, is attributed to "a student of Louis I Kahn". I wonder what his or her grades were like. In defense of the architect , many are comparatively poor when it comes to building a self-designed house--the execution of many experimental architects suffers due to lack of budget.
I am a fan of Kahn and I can see the influences but not really any of the genius.
A direct reference to Yale Library--the see-through floor is nice, but probably too hard or expensive to execute in the round.
More transparency, but a rather dangerous open stair with balusters and no rail:
Brutalist in intent but the adjacencies are not so good:
Beyond the unfortunate drapes, the wall of glass is cobbled from a slider, a sheet of glass and ventilating unit, which has an air conditioner stuck in it. This is a multifactorial budget issue.
(My house has some similar cobbling of sheets of glass for windows)
Bath: (conceptually pretty strong, for the genre)
More precarious steps
Just...hard to use and dangerous: