Private Residence in Pennsylvania
"There is room for improvement everywhere. In upscale Fox Chapel, a Victorian-style house has been changed into a Georgian estate...The new entrance's facade of red brick and white mortar has a close-to-the-ground Jeffersonian feeling. A white-painted Chinese Chippendale parapet railing echoes Monticello's as it links the house to the library wing. The wing has a separate entrance re calling the White House's covered cloister at the Rose Garden. The roof is gray slate.
To the left of the entrance is an allee of poplar trees on axis with the library, leading to a newly landscaped lawn." DONALD MILLER, POST-GAZETTE ART AND ARCHITECTURE CRITIC
“Home Design and Superior Interiors Competition - 'Renovations & Additions' and 'Residences Award' Winners", A.I.A. and ASID Pittsburgh with Pittsburgh Magazine.
Traditional Building Magazine, “New Traditions: Building and Restoring the Period Home”, Volume 12 / Number 3, May / June 1999
Pittsburgh Magazine, “1999 Home Design and Superior Interiors Competition”, March 1999
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Homes and Gardens”, Donald Miller, February 1999