Editor’s note: The following item is republished with permission of Realtor.com. See the original article: March Madness Homes: Salute to NCAA Tournament Champions. (All images courtesy of Realtor.com.)
For many, the March basketball foray that is March Madness is the equivalent of (sports) heaven on earth. In a salute to college basketball’s annual extravaganza, the field of 64, powerhouse programs and collegiate hoop legends both past and present, Realtor.com brings you a tournament tribute to the championship teams who have "cut the net" over the last decade.
2011 National Champions — Connecticut Huskies
If they had a March Madness for architects, this exemplary Greenwich, Conn., design by Paul Rudolph would most certainly be a high tournament seed, much like the Kemba Walker-led Connecticut team was when the Huskies ran the table to capture a National Championship in 2011.
Similar to Coach Jim Calhoun’s penchant for producing winners, Rudolph, whose home is currently listed for $12.49 million, has also influenced his fair share of star architects over the years, including Norman Foster and Richard Rogers.