First built in 1968, the Wimbledon House is a complete restoration of London's iconic 22 Parkside. The single-story building was first designed by architect Richard Rogers and his wife. A practitioner of modernist design, the home is comprised of two simple forms made mostly of colorful steel and floor-to-ceiling glazing. In 2015, the home was gifted to the Harvard Graduate School of Design where it received a two-year renovation. While much of the structures original heritage remained intact, the views from the glass facade have changed thanks to a an extensive re-design of the surrounding garden.