Parsons School of Design graduate Mark Janson shared his most recent and favorite project to date -- a renovated weekend home in Stanford, New York. Originally built in 1965, the 2,000 square foot home has a classic mid-century style that is rare to find in the area.
Janson wanted to create a space that he could restore in a retro style with a modern twist, creating an exposed structure to improve movement and visual connections. Adding floor-to-ceiling windows created an open and airy feeling to the home, looking out onto the lush landscaping and the private park next door.
The central kitchen and dining area are Mark Janson's favorite parts of the home, features two glass exposures and a wood burning stove.
Image Credit: Mikiko Kikuyama
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