Venturi and Schwartz’s efforts would have been for naught had it not been for Deborah Sarnoff and Robert Gotkin, a dermatologist and a plastic surgeon, respectively, who bought Lieb House for a dollar and spent another $100,000 moving it to Glen Cove, N.Y., where they turned it into a guesthouse that sits across the driveway from their home on the Long Island Sound — a spacious house that Venturi and Scott Brown’s firm completed in 1985. — tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com
Jim Venturi, son of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, documents the re-location of the Lieb House for the film Saving Lieb House. Jim Venturi, son of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, documents the re-location of the Lieb House (previously in the news) for the film Saving Lieb...
These images show Pritzker prize-winning architect Robert Venturi’s two-storey Lieb House being moved from its original site in Long Beach Island New York to a new home in Glen Cove, New York. BD | NYT | yesterday
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