Maintaining the form of renovation Rado Redux by restoring the cantilever, the entire second floor wrap top box with wooden walls, hi-tech new. Details and floor-to-ceiling glass slider preserve existing glass opening to the expression of the views of the jungle master bedroom suite. Expanded palette of materials including a new double insulated glass to update the original window rabbeted. The challenges architects including restrictions only 1,000 SF can be added to the original house and the limited budget of the project. By leveraging the design build architect process led, costs were reduced by a third and budget meet.
Renovation Rado Redux by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects is the renovation house in 1956-57 became the modern house, providing the context of original house his predecessor. With the example of the time, Rado Redux reflects the simplicity of the relationship outward and landscapes, with influences from Japan. Current clients come to us with a home that has been plagued by postmodern renovation in the 1980s.
The renovation Rado Redux added a tower half-round staircase was added and the original top of the ravine filled buttresses with the addition of bedrooms. I see this so fun to renovate and honor the original intention, but also add more modern program and build in the flexibility to change towards the future.
Photography by Magda Biernat