Monday, August 23, 2010

'Goodwin Place' Interiors

The accompanying interiors to 'Goodwin Place', the Philip L. Goodwin estate designed by himself (being of Goodwin, Bullard & Woolsey) c. 1917 in Woodbury. Click HERE for more on 'Goodwin Place'.



Pictures from Architectural Record, 1920.

7 comments:

Charlotte's Color Specialist said...

Do you have any information on the old house that Delano Studio's used to occupy? I used to work there in Setauket back in the day as a Ceramic Decorator. I think it might have been the Garret house? I'm not sure. I sure would like to know what happened to that lovely ceramic studio.

Anonymous said...

In 1937 Philip Goodwin and Edward Stone were the architects of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
This version was much intact until the 90's when it had a partial overhaul prior to its recent major redesign.

The Down East Dilettante said...

Marvelous interiors...eclectic nicely scaled for their varying uses, and very very soigne

Turner Pack Rats said...

i just wish dilletante wasn't so damn cosmopolitan - soigne? - must be a Bahh Hahhbahh word.
Love those interiors - absolutely cavernous and who was this guys ironworker. that fireplace screen and the stair railing. oh, baby!! would like the library transplanted here in one piece please. what a place!!

security word def - "sandec" - area on a cruise ship for those a few sandwiches short of a picnic.

12pud12sce said...

If the Delano Studio was at 15 Bennetts Road, East Setauket then it looks to have been torn down in the late 60's. Current business at location - One if Buy Bagel. There is a large wood shingled house nearby
http://www.bing.com/maps/explore/?org=aj&FORM=BYFD#/y28t1tbj7k9cg5t9
Look familiar?

ChipSF said...

The stairhall is perfection - esp. that lantern. And the drawing room says manoir and modern! A sad loss.

Poe Dettrow said...

Want. That. Staircase.