An Architect Restores His Houston Midcentury After Hurricane Harvey

An Architect Restores His Houston Midcentury After Hurricane Harvey

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By Kate Reggev
Meticulously renovated over the course of 11 years, the Benit House was flooded during Hurricane Harvey—but homeowners Steve and Martha Curry were ready to make the repairs.

When Steve and Martha Curry purchased their midcentury residence in Houston’s Braeswood Place in 1992, they knew they were in for one renovation—but they didn’t anticipate the second, which they undertook after Hurricane Harvey flooded the house in August 2017. 

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