Boyton House Rehabilitation

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