GRT Architects retains mid century Hudson House

May 25, 2019

GRT Architects has reportedly made use of a simple palette to offset the existing details of Hudson House, a mid century house in New York. The House House is a single storey building spread across 3,000 sq ft area. It has larger windows with a gabled roof with two chimneys. The studio has preserved the original property and included wooden ceiling beams and boards. Existing terracotta tile floors also informed much of the interior design features. A neutral palette throughout blacks, whites and greys has been added to complement the original terracotta floors. Besides, it also features a large patio that overlooks the garden, and an elevated footbridge.


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