This Sparkling New Home Is a Perfect Remake of Classic Sarasota School Modernism

This Sparkling New Home Is a Perfect Remake of Classic Sarasota School Modernism

By Heather Corcoran / Photos by Joshua McHugh
In a modernist seaside enclave, a couple calls in a pioneering architecture firm to build a new house rooted in midcentury style.

There’s more to Sarasota, Florida, than warm waters and white-sand beaches. The city also lures design lovers with its wealth of low-slung glass pavilions created by Paul Rudolph and the architects of the Sarasota School in the construction boom that followed World War II.  

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