Thanks so much for featuring our Rudolph House today, @dwellmagazine ! From Dwell: “In the late 1950s, acclaimed architect Paul Rudolph transformed an oversized
garage into this richly textured home, now known as the Rudolph House. While the beloved dwelling had
remained virtually untouched since winning a Record Houses award in 1960, it was recently treated to a
thoughtful renovation by @ruhljahnes.
"We were tasked with bringing the house up to current energy
efficiency standards and with reorganizing the house to accommodate the new owners'
more contemporary needs,
while also respecting the
noteworthy original design,
explains the firm. During the reno, the team pulled the kitchen out of an
enclosed side room and into the main living area, freeing up space to modernize the home's bedrooms, bathrooms, and study. The architects
also redesigned the exterior walls and glazing to include 10-foot-high sliding doors and windows to open the home up to the courtyard. “The renovation
resulted in a comfortable, modern home that pays great homage to its midcentury past," says the team.
Original Design by Paul Rudolph (@paulrudolphinst)
Construction by @s_h_construction
Energy Consultant @zeroenergy_