Living Room, Chair, Sofa, Limestone Floor, Wood Burning Fireplace, Sectional, Coffee Tables, Pendant Lighting, Recessed Lighting, and Bench Paul Rudolph built this residence in Newton, Pennsylvania, and although it signifies his shift from planar designs to more sculptural and geometric ones, the architect never publicized it. When a new owner snatched up the abode in 2014, he turned to Rudolph's original 1957 plans for guidance and added a third bay, fashioning walls out of the same stone as the original.   Photo 3 of 10 in A Paul Rudolph-Designed Midcentury Is Rescued From Obscurity and Finally Completed

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Full-height glazing allows daylight to fall deep into the home, extending into the mezzanine. A stone fireplace anchors the living space while extending upward.

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