Pilgrim Road — reimagining a 1960s house with sculptural elements and a sense of openness

Rye, NY
6,500 square feet
2013
Type: Houses

We designed the complete renovation and addition to this Milton Klein-designed 1960s house. Our two-story addition was pivotal in reimagining the cramped quarters of the interior spaces, and mahogany siding added a warm contrast to the existing stucco facade.

To create a loft-like interior, we defined spaces with sculptural elements such as a free-standing rosewood closet in the entry and an acid-etched glass panel in the eat-in kitchen.

Large-span ribbon windows and the continuation of light gray limestone from the living areas onto the terrace reinforce the connection between the house and the surrounding landscape.

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Collaborators

Deborah Berke Partners
Architect, Interior Designer

Gunn Landscape Architecture
Landscape Architecture

Recognition

2015 High Honor Design Award
AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley

Drawings

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