A modernist glass box designed by Roy O. Allen in 1957, reworked by SQBW in 2015. A surgical strike intervention: the open fireplace, all new finishes, lighting, and millwork, locating and configuring the pool.     “But after Dunning noted that it would obscure sight lines to the outdoors, Quinn came up with the solution of putting an open fireplace between the living and dining areas, effectively creating a semiseparate dining space. “That was a game changer,” says Fred, who spends lots of time on the living room’s L -shaped sofa, which faces the hearth but also takes in captivating views of the grounds. “Can’t you see I’ve already worn a groove in the cushions?” he jokes.” — Michael Hainey,   Architectural Digest       photo: François Dischinger

A modernist glass box designed by Roy O. Allen in 1957, reworked by SQBW in 2015. A surgical strike intervention: the open fireplace, all new finishes, lighting, and millwork, locating and configuring the pool.

 

“But after Dunning noted that it would obscure sight lines to the outdoors, Quinn came up with the solution of putting an open fireplace between the living and dining areas, effectively creating a semiseparate dining space. “That was a game changer,” says Fred, who spends lots of time on the living room’s L -shaped sofa, which faces the hearth but also takes in captivating views of the grounds. “Can’t you see I’ve already worn a groove in the cushions?” he jokes.” — Michael Hainey, Architectural Digest

 

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

    photo: François Dischinger

 

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 A modernist glass box designed by Roy O. Allen in 1957, reworked by SQBW in 2015. A surgical strike intervention: the open fireplace, all new finishes, lighting, and millwork, locating and configuring the pool.     “But after Dunning noted that it would obscure sight lines to the outdoors, Quinn came up with the solution of putting an open fireplace between the living and dining areas, effectively creating a semiseparate dining space. “That was a game changer,” says Fred, who spends lots of time on the living room’s L -shaped sofa, which faces the hearth but also takes in captivating views of the grounds. “Can’t you see I’ve already worn a groove in the cushions?” he jokes.” — Michael Hainey,   Architectural Digest       photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
    photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger

A modernist glass box designed by Roy O. Allen in 1957, reworked by SQBW in 2015. A surgical strike intervention: the open fireplace, all new finishes, lighting, and millwork, locating and configuring the pool.

 

“But after Dunning noted that it would obscure sight lines to the outdoors, Quinn came up with the solution of putting an open fireplace between the living and dining areas, effectively creating a semiseparate dining space. “That was a game changer,” says Fred, who spends lots of time on the living room’s L -shaped sofa, which faces the hearth but also takes in captivating views of the grounds. “Can’t you see I’ve already worn a groove in the cushions?” he jokes.” — Michael Hainey, Architectural Digest

 

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

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