After roofing restoration


Eave after roofing restoration

Original lost clay tile roof, 1950s archive photo

Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and constructed in 1951, the Zimmerman House is a classic example of Wright’s work with its strong horizontal lines, natural palette of materials, and integral relationship with the landscape.  Now owned and maintained by the Currier Museum of Art, this Usonian house is part of the permanent collection.  When the museum sought to reinstate the lost red clay tile roof to match the original, they asked SGH to design the roofing restoration.