A Calm, Colorful Connecticut Home

A Calm, Colorful Connecticut Home

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Rachael Grad
Oct 13, 2009

New York Spaces magazine features the Connecticut house of architect Gene Kohn and his wife Barbara. The Victorian house was built in 1894 and designed by Ehrick Kensett Rossiter, an American architect known for his country home designs. The house needed extensive renovations, but the results are lovely...

The house includes an insulated sunroom, where Barbara grows bananas, figs, and lemons all year-round. The mid-century modern and French Art Deco furniture comes from Barbara's TriBeCa design store, Paul Kohn.
See more of the Kohns' Connecticut house on the New York Spaces website in the article "MODERN: romance; Unapologetic modernists fall in love with a Connecticut house built a century ago."

(Images: Peter Margonelli)

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