Historical Restoration

Photos by Albert Vecerka/Esto


Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, ASID
Carol Kurth Architecture + Carol Kurth Interiors

Pound Ridge This historical Hiram Halle home built in 1880 was given a modern architectural restoration and addition. Traditional barn materials such as steel, timber, and stone were playfully incorporated. The newly revitalized space has a cool, relaxed feel of a weekend country home with the refined feel of a modern gallery, perfect for the homeowner’s family and extensive art collection.

Other Contributor: Contractor, Atlantic State Development


Photos by Peter Krupenye


Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, ASID
Carol Kurth Architecture + Carol Kurth Interiors

Pleasantville The Usonia Masson House was built in 1952 as a dream of engineer David Henken and a group of fellow city dwellers. Henken, who trained with Frank Lloyd Wright, contacted him and asked him to contribute, which he did as a collaborator and mentor. The current owners wanted to modernize and expand the home while preserving the Usonian vision. Working with tight setbacks, the team created an addition that mimicked the home’s original triangular geometry and kept with Wright’s philosophy that a home should be part of its landscape.


Photos by Josefa Mulaire and Suzanne Levine


Christina Griffin, AIA LEED AP BD+C CPHC
Christina Griffin Architect

Hastings-on-Hudson This Tudor-style home was given a new family room extension, providing a casual sitting area for the family as well as a new master bath. The additions were seamlessly added to look and feel as though they were original to the home.

Other Contributor: Contractor, New England Contracting

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