Armonk New York

August 26, 2014

Gluck+ Architects’ Rado Redux is a Naturally Modern Take on a Classic 1950s Home

New York-based Gluck+ Architects recently renovated a classic mid-century modern home to its former glory. Built back in 1956, the Rado Redux House in Armonk was originally designed by Czech émigré architect Ladislav Rado, who arrived from Europe with an invitation from Walter Gropius and eventually became Harvard University's architecture chairman. Exemplary of its time, the building is openly related to its external environment and features influences from Japan.
Learn more about the classic Rado Redux house here