Steven and Tata Citron stand in the kitchen of their renovated 2,300-square-foot midcentury abode in Newburgh, a town located 60 miles north of New York City. Architect Jeff Jordan opened up the house’s interior, added extensive glazing, and recast surfaces to enhance the connection to the outdoors and create a clean, unencumbered living space. The Midcentury Spirit is Alive and Well in This Hudson Valley Escape - Photo 3 of 12
Bertoia bar stools by Knoll are tucked under the island in the Scavolini Scenery kitchen. Jordan replaced the original wood flooring with white resin, a robust surface used in high-traffic environments. The Midcentury Spirit is Alive and Well in This Hudson Valley Escape - Photo 5 of 12
The kitchen was formerly closed off and now flows into the living room post renovation. The Midcentury Spirit is Alive and Well in This Hudson Valley Escape - Photo 4 of 12
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