The Giovannitti House was designed by Richard Meier and is located in Pitsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a 2200 square foot house meant for two people. The house consists of a double square, with one square elevated in the three story cube containing the majority of the rooms and the other square containing the garage and kitchen-area. The house is organized vertically. The outside consists of porcelain-enameled steel panels and stucco that protect the private parts from public sight, while steel-framed glass allows light to illuminate the public spaces. The house has both private and public parts, which balance each other out.