Pound Ridge, New York

The project involved modern, environmentally and historically sensitive alterations to an existing mid-century residential structure inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and created by members of the Taliesin Fellowship for their own use in Bedford, New York. The scope of work included: preservation and improvements to the original circular stone building (circa 1952); removal of later inharmonious additions that were too small and in disrepair; and compatible new construction of a two-story modern addition suitable to the owner’s twenty-first century family life-style, while being respectful of the Usonian genre.