I looked it up, and apparently the house for 2006's "When A Stranger Calls" was a set.
I read a piece about Hunzinger that described his "inconsistency" in this regard. He had to appeal to the tastes of the consumers to whom he pandered (he was intent on building up a commercial empire), so he made some less than refined pieces along the way, but he developed an aesthetic in the process that was very, well, modern: balanced, elemental and harmonious. Some of his more baroque compositions appeal to me, but it is clear they weren't his most refined.
If you have any other favorite designs, don't hesitate to post or send me searching for them. It's a privilege to have your contributions.