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Philip Johnson Thesis House

This project is a full historic restoration of Philip Johnson’s Thesis project built in 1942 for the Harvard Graduate School of Design. The restoration consists of a full rebuild of the building skin and matching perimeter fence including replica ‘Weldtex’ paneling as a continuous system around the building and fence.

Other restoration work includes historical restoration of the chimney using period brick, and an extensive landscape renovation including interior courtyard bluestone paving. New work includes a new roof, new HVAC and plumbing systems, a new kitchen and bathroom, and new interior finishes throughout.