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A Record House

April 20, 2015

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In Architectural Records magazine we saw a feature that caught our eye. In Dutchess County, New York a “Record House” is not only a very modernized home, but it is also a work of art. On the interior of the home a mural by Franz Ackerman encompasses the walls of the family room.

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Located in the entry hall is a stack of painted tires situated under the twisting staircase. Dangling from the ceiling is an orange extension cord, coming from a chandelier by Jason Rhoades.

Photo by Architectural Record


The exterior of the home is just as impressive as the interior. Artist, Doug Aitken worked alongside the architects and was able to position 17- custom calibrated projectors around the site. The scenes projected from them onto the home. The scenes projected were shot video from hills, meadows and woods around the home. This Dutchess County home is certainly a work of art inside and out!

Photo by Architectural Record

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