Larchmont, NY | This 1930’s Tudor was altered to meet the needs of a modern family while preserving the integrity of the original ethos of the home. Much of the house was reconfigured and additions included a light filled conservatory and breakfast area as counterpoints to typically darker Tudor interiors. One interesting part of the project was matching the original Ludowici ceramic roof tile at the additions. The original roof had weathered over eighty years and was no longer manufactured. Multiple rounds of test samples with Boston Valley Terra Cotta led to an accurate match of texture and color and to a new roof that is indistinguishable from the existing. Hope’s University Series steel windows with bronze hardware, insulated Low-E glass and SDL leading replaced the original steel window units.