Gluck+ architects

Architecture, Green Design, Upstate

Gluck+ architects, Scholar's Library, Catskill Mountains, cubic shelter, woodland retreat, study shelter

Now that school’s back in session, we’ve found the perfect solitary haven for reading, writing, and studying. A minimal cube in the woods, the Scholar’s Library by Gluck+ Architects is located in a serene, forested area of Olivebridge, New York. The design is enclosed on the bottom, but open with wrap-around windows on the top. It’s “walls” change with the seasons, turning green in the summer, orange in the fall, and white in the winter.

Learn more about this cute studying retreat here

Architecture, Green Design, Upstate

Green Roofed Pool Pavilion by Gluck+ Heats up with Geothermal Energy

By Ana Lisa Alperovich, Tue, September 2, 2014

Gluck+ architects, Pool Pavilion, green roof, geothermal energy, Adirondack Mountains,

Just because summer is officially over doesn’t mean we’ve stopped imagining weekend getaways and warm-weather retreats. And the Pool Pavilion in New York´s beautiful Adirondack Mountains along the shores of Lake George is the perfect place to satisfy our daydreams. Design by Gluck+, this elegant recreational structure works as a central gathering space, uniting the existing family and guest houses around a series of exterior and interior spaces. Naturally heated by a deep geothermal well and topped by a luscious green roof, this sustainable shelter blends in beautifully with its rolling environment.

Learn more about the green Pool Pavilion and peek inside

Architecture, Green Design, Upstate

Gluck+ Architects, Rado Redux, floating box home, Armonk, Ladislav Rado, modern renovation

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

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