A midcentury dwelling in Newburgh, New York built in 1954 was renovated by architect Jeff Jordan for a couple. The updated living room, which features a traditional midcentury fireplace as well as new cedar walls, includes a Modernica sofa, chaise, and table from the previous owners, as well as a Prouvé daybed and Jasper Morrison cork stools by Vitra.
Designed in 1955 by noted modernist architect Willis N. Mills and renovated by Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows, this 4,200-square-foot house in New Canaan, Connecticut features expanses of glass. The double-height living room is adorned with “Tractor seat” stools designed by Bassam and Barcelona chairs by Mies van der Rohe.
The living room of the Goddard-Mandolene residence in Westchester County, originally designed by architect Arthur Witthoefft in 1957, features vintage furnishings by Harry Bertoia, Paul McCobb, and others, and overlooks its heavily wooded site. Goddard and Mandolene replaced the original tile floor with a glossy coat of resin and restored the original ceiling.
This Victorian home in San Francisco, originally built in 1908, received a 1947 renovation by Henry Hill. In 2005, Gretchen Rice and Kevin Farnham moved in and brought with them their collection of vintage design. Eames chairs for Herman Miller are accompanied by Italian manufacturer U-vola’s unique speakers from Elite Audio Systems.
The focal point of Eero Saarinen’s legendary Miller House in Columbus, Indiana is a conversation pit. The sunken space is outfitted with a plush sofa that was customized by Alexander Girard.