Boyton House Rehabilitation

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Boyton House Rehabilitation

  1. 1. BOYNTON HOUSE REHABILITATION A PROJECT BY THE COSENTINO-PARKER TRUST
  2. 2. PROJECT INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. MISSION Comprehensive Rehabilitation of the Site and Residence To Sustain the Frank Lloyd Wright Legacy whilesupporting the continued use as an Owner-occupied residence 1908 2010 2011/12
  4. 4. PROJECT EVALUATION
  5. 5. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties
  6. 6. HISTORIC RESEARCH
  7. 7. Edward Everett Boynton Beulah Boynton c. 1908 c. 1908
  8. 8. Hopkins Plat Maps - Comparison 1900 1910 1918 Leighton will become East Blvd. is under development East Blvd. and Hawthorne are Hawthorne Boynton House has been built densely developed
  9. 9. Frank Lloyd Wright - Design Drawings Early Color Rendering with Porte Cochere
  10. 10. Frank Lloyd Wright - Construction Drawings 1908 First Floor Plan
  11. 11. Frank Lloyd Wright - Construction Drawings North Elevation South Elevation 1908 Exterior Elevations
  12. 12. DRIVE Service GARAGE area (unbuilt) GARDEN PERGOLA (unbuilt) TENNIS COURT POOLGARDENS 1908 Landscape Plan
  13. 13. Historic Photos – pre 1920’s
  14. 14. Historic Photos – pre 1920’s
  15. 15. Building Attributes: Interior – Dining Room
  16. 16. Building Attributes: Interior – Living Room and Bedroom
  17. 17. DRIVE Service GARAGE area (unbuilt) GARDEN PERGOLA (unbuilt)1920’s subdivision line TENNIS COURT POOL GARDENS 1908 Landscape Plan
  18. 18. Site Re-Subdivision – 1926 Plat Map Boynton House property subdivided and developed
  19. 19. Character Defining Elements Lost - Pre-1926 Photos One of the few photos with the open Veranda
  20. 20. Character Defining Elements Lost - Pre-1926 Photos Pool south of the projected bay of the dining room on soon to be subdivided property
  21. 21. Character Defining Elements Lost - Pre-1926 Photos Tennis court from undeveloped property to the north
  22. 22. PROPERTY ASSESSMENT
  23. 23. INSECT DAMAGE
  24. 24. STRUCTURAL DISTRESS AND FAILURE
  25. 25. WINDOW DISTRESS
  26. 26. STUCCO DISTRESS AND FAILURE
  27. 27. PROJECT PROGRAM
  28. 28. Site Restrictions 1908 site / landscape plan (red) – Existing property (yellow)
  29. 29. Project Program: Compensate for Lost Outdoor Space Small remaining private outdoor space between rear porch and existing garage
  30. 30. Project Program: Maintain View of Public Façade / East Blvd East Boulevard view to be maintained with rehabilitated landscape and restored Veranda
  31. 31. Project Program: Restrict Vehicular Access to Hawthorne St View of Hawthorne St curb cut and entry gate, with landscape buffer
  32. 32. Project Program: Provide Usable Private Outdoor Garden Space View of proposed private outdoor garden space, accessible from kitchen and rear porch
  33. 33. PROPOSED EXTERIOR REHABILITATION
  34. 34. Reinterpreting Lost Site Elements
  35. 35. Shift garage east and south to improve vehicular access and create a viable garden court
  36. 36. Overall Site Plan Proposed DRIVEWAY
  37. 37. Site: East Blvd Yard [Front] DRIVEWAY
  38. 38. EAST BOULEVARD VIEW
  39. 39. Site: Hawthorne St [Rear] DRIVEWAY
  40. 40. HAWTHORNE STREET VIEW
  41. 41. HAWTHORNE STREET VIEW
  42. 42. Pergola Garage DRIVEWAY Garage and Pergola
  43. 43. Garage and Pergola Structures Residence Garage Pergola Garage Pergola Residence
  44. 44. Garage
  45. 45. North Facade South FacadeReimagining for a narrow lot
  46. 46. Garage View from Hawthorne Driveway
  47. 47. Garage View from NE – engaged Pergola
  48. 48. Pergola View from Garage to House
  49. 49. Garden Drive and pergola view from north of House
  50. 50. Garden Courtyard and Garden Drive
  51. 51. Garden Courtyard and Garden Drive
  52. 52. Garden Courtyard and Garden Drive Garden view looking northwest
  53. 53. Garden Courtyard and Garden Drive Garden view looking northeast
  54. 54. Garden Courtyard and Garden Drive Garden view looking northwest
  55. 55. WRIGHT RESIDENTIAL INSPIRATIONS
  56. 56. Boynton PropertyInspiration fromWescott Property
  57. 57. WescottHouse (1907)
  58. 58. William R. Heath House (1905) Susan Lawrence Dana House (1904)
  59. 59. Frederick C. Robie House (1909)
  60. 60. “Preservation should be understood as a way to sympathetically and intelligently adapt to our changing world of architecture, it should notbe used as a means to halt or stifle progress blindly.” - John Bero

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