Mid-Century House Restoration, US | Bassamfellows

An architecturally significant mid-century modern house in New Canaan, Connecticut, USA, was creatively renovated with simplicity and elegance by design firm BassamFellows  architect Craig Bassam and business partner Scott Fellows.

The house, located near the famed Philip Johnson’s Glass House, was originally designed in 1955 by noted modernist architect Willis N. Mills. Many of its original features had been stripped during previous renovations, so the restoration had to return the house to its former design integrity, enhanced with new, detailed craftsmanship.

Through a new, open layout and large floor to ceiling windows the building now takes also advantage of its upgraded exterior landscaping. The restrained, warm, quality material palette is completed with a mixture of classic mid-century furnishings together with selected pieces from Bassamfellows bespoke mid-century inspired furniture.

Photography © Mark Semen

Source: BassamFellows | Design-milk