“It seemed destined for the wrecking ball, like so many other midcentury buildings by the architect Paul Rudolph.
“It wasn’t that the owners didn’t appreciate the sleek, rectangular house; they simply wanted a larger vacation home for the site, on a scenic bluff in Watch Hill, R.I.
“Thanks to two New York designers, however, that 1956 clapboard Rudolph dwelling has been spared the fate of its demolished siblings. This week a crew is dislodging the house from its foundations in preparation for its move to Catskill, N.Y.”
To Preserve a House, a Plan to Move It ROBIN POGREBIN New York Times May 23, 2007
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