PETER LAWRENCE GLUCK (1939-)
Gluck grew up in Scarsdale NY. He received his bachelor's degree from Yale University in 1962 and a master's degree in architecture in 1965 studying under Paul Rudolph, James Stirling, Shadrach Woods, and Henning Larsen. After designing houses for a few years, Gluck went to Tokyo to design large projects for Takenaka Komuten Company. In 1972, Gluck started Peter Gluck and Partners, based in New York City, which over time became GLUCK+, a highly successful design/build firm specializing in high-end Modernist houses. All houses built by Gluck unless otherwise indicated. Bio adapted from Wikipedia.
1962 - The Sellers Beach House, aka Beach House, Sagaponack NY. Designed with David Sellers for Sellers' brother. Featured in Progressive Architecture, July 1967. Photo by Maude Dorr. Status unknown - do you know where it is?
1963 - The W. H. Gluck Beach House, Westhampton NY. Designed with David Sellers for Gluck's parents. Featured in Progressive Architecture, July 1967. Photo by Maude Dorr. Status unknown - do you know where it is?
Around 1964 - The Daniel J. Fraad House, Happy Adventure, Newfoundland, Canada. Designed with David Sellers. Featured in Progressive Architecture, July 1967. Status unknown - do you know where it is?
1965 - The Gluck and Sellers Townhouses, aka Locus Bolton, around 100 Ardec Lane, Richmond VT. Originally to be sited on 100 acres bought by Gluck and Sellers near Prickly Mountain in Warren VT.
Around 1966 - aka House in Southhampton NY. Designed with David Sellers. Featured in Progressive Architecture, July 1967. Photo by Maude Dorr. Status unknown - do you know where it is?
Around 1966 - aka Pinwheel House, Armonk NY. Unbuilt. Featured in Progressive Architecture, July 1967.
1972 - The Burton and Louise Bookstaver House, Airport Road near 2-798, Putney VT. Across from Connecticut Valley Orchards. 5-level, 5 bd/5 bath, 3 car garage, with pool, on 225 acres. Featured in the Architectural Record Houses 1973; Architectural Record Vacation Houses, 1977. Left photo by Norman McGrath.
1982 - aka Two-Sided House, Lincoln MA. The front, traditional; the back, Modernist. On the Sudbury River. Commissioned 1980. 6500sf. Photos by Norman McGrath. Status unknown - do you know where it is?
1989 - aka Manor House with Music, Mamaroneck NY. On the water. Commissioned 1985. Project architects, Kent Larson and Cary K. Davis. 11,800sf. 4 acres. Photos by Norman McGrath. Featured in Progressive Architecture, April 1991. Landscape design by Richard F. Heinn; structural engineer, Thune Associates. Status unknown - do you know where it is?
1989 - aka Three-Gable House, 15 Harrison Lane, Lakeville CT. Commissioned 1985. At some point the exterior was unfortunately changed from stucco to wood shingles. Project architect, Michael Martin. 4800sf. Featured in Progressive Architecture, April 1991. Photos by Norman McGrath.
1994 - The Loren and Lorraine Lieberman Addition, aka Addition to Usonian House, aka Jerry and Charlotte Podell House, 4 Laurel Hill Drive, Pleasantville NY. Commissioned 1992. Project architect, Wendy Pautz. 3500sf. Photos by Norman McGrath.
1995 - The Allen and Judy Freedman Addition/Renovation, aka Farmhouse Addition/Renovation with Lap Pool and Sunken Garden, aka Country House in Worcester, aka Charlotte Valley Farm, 525 County Highway 40, Worcester NY. 464 acres. Commissioned 1992. Project architects, Fritz Read and Jim Walker. 5000sf. 200 acres. Photos by Carla Breeze and Paul Warchol. Sold in 2016 to Martina and Andreas Regenauer.
1995 - The Leibel House, aka Corner House, 5322 17th Avenue, Brooklyn NY. Sold in 2014.
1996 - The Helen Bodian Renovation, aka Linear House Renovation/Addition, aka Lineal House, 359 Carson Road, Millerton NY. 2500sf. Project architect, Suki Dixon. Commissioned 1993. 50 acres. Photos by Paul Warchol.
1996 - The Peter Gluck House, aka Bridge House, Samsonville-Kerhonksen Road, Olivebridge NY. Part of the Gluck Family compound. Project architect, Thomas Gluck, who also has a house there (see below). 5800sf. Commissioned 1992. 18 acres. Photos by Paul Warchol.
Around 1996 - aka Urban Townhouse, aka Manhattan Townhouse, 324 East 51st, Manhattan NY. 12,000sf. Commissioned 1993. Project architects, Suki Dixon and Craig Graber.
1997 - The Burton and Anne Kaplan House, aka Lake House with Court, aka House on Lake Michigan, 1997 Lake Avenue, Highland Park IL. Overlooks Lake Michigan. Commissioned 1993. 12,200sf. Project architects Wendy Pautz, Fred Wolf, and Jim Walker; photos by Barry Rustin and Paul Warchol; built by ARCS
1998 - The Arthur Berliner and Laura Werlin House, aka Cube House, aka Gluck House, 615 West Smuggler Street, Aspen CO. Project architect, Charlie Kaplan. Sold in 2007 to Nicolas and Jeanne Rohatyn.
1999 - The Richard Yulman Renovation, 3592 Lake Shore Drive, Assembly Point NY. On Lake George. Original house built in 1921.
Around 2001 - The William F. (Will) Gluck Renovation, 2291 Chelan Drive, Los Angeles CA. Original house built in 1971. Sold in 2019 to Peter Eric Friedlander.
2002 - The Patricia and Gordon Fowler House, aka Double House, aka Split House, locally aka Crate and Barrel, 40 Dans Highway, New Canaan CT. 7200 sf. Photos by Paul Warchol. Won a AIA Connecticut 2005 Design Award. Project architect, Richard Lucas. Built with YAHRC.
2002 - aka Zinc House, 615 West Francis, Aspen CO. Project architect, Charlie Kaplan. Sold in 2012. May have been sold again.
2005 - The Blaine and Alexa Wesner House, aka Floating Box House, 900 Live Oak Circle, West Lake Hills TX. Four acres. 11833 sf. Includes a detached guesthouse. Structural engineer, Robert Silman. Built by ARCS Construction. Won the AIANY 2006 Excellence in Design Award; Texas Society of Architects 2006 Design Award; Boston Society of Architects 2006 Honor Award. Sold in 2017 to Milton John Verret.
2005 - aka EESA LLC House 1, aka Bar House, 1860 Castle Creek Road, Aspen CO.
2007 - The Richard Yulman Guest House, aka Inverted Guest House, 3564 Lake Shore Drive, Assembly Point NY. 5200sf. On Lake George. Engineering, Robert Silman. Built by AR/CS. Interior by Holmes Newman. Two 2-bedroom units on each end of an 8-car garage. Featured in Architectural Record, July 2007.
2008 - aka Coral Gables House, Leucadrendra Drive, Coral Gables FL. Unbuilt.
2009 - aka House in the Dunes, East Hampton NY. Unbuilt.
2010 - aka Lakeside Retreat, aka Grounded, 5274 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing NY. Commissioned 2005. 21 acres on Lake George. A complex including a 10,000sf house; 11,000 sf recreation building including a pool, basketball court, and cinema; 2200sf boathouse and dock; 4800sf gatehouse; two 1600sf guest houses. 14,000sf of rock was excavated. Interiors by Holmes Newman; geotechnical, Denta Enginnering; acoustical, Paul Scarbrough; civil engineer, Jarrett-Martin; structural engineer, Robert Silman; mechanical, IBC Engineering; photos by Gluck+ and Paul Warchol. Architectural Record 2011 House of the Month.
2010 - The Howard Kaplan and Janet Shimer Renovation, aka Rado Redux Renovation, 55 Whippoorwill Crossing, Armonk NY. Restoration of a 1957 Ladislav Leland Rado house.
2012 - The Andrew and Amy Bluhm House, aka Cascade House, aka Winnetka House, 703 Sheridan Road, Winnetka IL. On Lake Michigan. Commissioned around 2002. Photos by Paul Warchol.
2012 - The Thomas Gluck House, aka Tower House, Samsonville-Kerhonksen Road, Olivebridge NY. Part of the Gluck Family compound. Project architect, Thomas Gluck. 2545 sf. Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Associates; Mechanical Engineer: Rosini Engineering; Environmental Engineer: IBC Engineering; Lighting: Lux Populi. Was a 2013 Architectural Record House; 2013 AIANY Merit Award.
2012 - aka EESA LLC House 2, aka House in the Mountains, 1886 Castle Creek, Aspen CO. 2850sf. Photos by Paul Warchol. Built by Locus Construction; garden roof by Hydrotech. Won an AIA National 2013 Housing Award; 2013 Architectural Record House of the Month.
Around 2012 - The Richard Yulman Pool House, aka Pavilion Pool House, 3564 Lake Shore Drive, Assembly Point NY. On Lake George.
2013 - aka the 2012 Waterfall Trust House, aka Blue Ridge House, 573 Blackberry Road, Boone NC. 15,000sf. A guest house was added around 2017.
2014 - aka Artist Retreat, upstate NY. Won a 2016 Residential Architect Design Award from Architect magazine. Located in a land conservancy. 6080sf. 5.6 acres. Hemlock cladding. Photos by Paul Warchol. Status unknown - do you know where it is?
Around 2015 - Little Ajax Affordable Housing, 605 West Hopkins Avenue, Aspen CO. 14 units. Won a 2017 AIANY Award of Merit.
2015 - The John Judson and Sharon Watrous House, aka House to the Beach, 516 Sheridan Road, Wilmette IL. Adjacent to a Baha'i temple. Won an AIA Chicago 2016 Distinguished Building Award Citation of Merit.
2020 - aka California House, Los Angeles CA.
2022 - 2409-2411 Henrietta Road, Birmingham AL.
Sources include: The Modern Impulse; Ten Houses.