Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1974, the Roycroft Campus was the center of the Arts & Crafts movement in the United States during the early 1900’s. The campus was home to hundreds of America’s finest craftspeople.
The restoration of the Roycroft Inn included all public spaces, and created 22 guest suites, full service kitchen, and dining rooms. Elisabeth Roche was the consultant to the project architect for research of historic furniture and furnishings of the Arts & Crafts period, and Jane Siebert was the project manager representing the owner.
Location: East Aurora, NY
Project Size: 45,000 sf
Project Cost: Unavailable
Client: The Margaret L. Wendt Foundation