Jack Weiner House

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  • Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family who lived in the house until 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. The work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post-war modern architecture in Dade County.

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  • Living Room
    Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Entry
    Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Restored Furniture
    Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Living Room
    Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Stairs
    Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Street Elevation
    Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Rear Elevation
    Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Site Plan

    Alfred Browning Parker designed this house in 1954 for Mr. Jack Weiner and his family. The house remained in the Weiner family until it was purchased in 2005. The new owners commissioned a restoration with the intent of preserving the original structure. Restoration work included refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning of all wood and stone, repairing the terrazzo floors and adapting the house to contemporary climate control systems. The house constitutes one of the best preserved works of post – war modern architecture in Dade County. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales