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HANNA HOUSE RESTORATION|
Tarantino Architect, Millstone, NJ
The Hanna House (also known as the Honeycomb House) at Stanford University is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Houses. It is notable for being the first house where Wright experimented with the use of colored concrete, and it is the only FLW house that used a concrete color different from the red that Wright favored later.
When Hanna House was damaged in an earthquake, Tarantino Architects were selected to restore the house. Extensive study was undertaken to determine the appropriate restoration techniques. After repairing and stripping the concrete, the architects selected water-based LITHOCHROME® Tintua™ Stain to carefully and methodically bring the concrete floor back to life.
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