An 1850 Schoolhouse in Milford, Pennsylvania

An 1850 Schoolhouse in Milford, Pennsylvania

By David Hay
A pair of photographers employed a pair of architects (they're all buddies) to transform an aging schoolhouse into a modern marvel.

It was a nervy move for a pair of New York photographers to buy an 1850 schoolhouse in Milford, Pennsylvania. Not only was the former Milford Academy an ancient, arklike wooden structure, but it wasn’t in the strongest repair, the previous owner having commenced a renovation that was never finished. Fittingly, the new owners, Richard Renaldi and Seth Boyd, found dry land by recruiting their architects two-by-two. It just so happened that those designers were among their closest friends.

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