The driveway to this shingled house curves around a broad lawn, winding through a pine grove to reach the entrance porch. Traditional design elements are combined with a contemporary, open plan. The Great room opens onto a brick and stone terrace overlooking the lawn.
The start/finish tower at Lime Rock Park is the hub of race day activities such as scoring, announcing and officiating. The tower also provides a visual center for the track and regulaarly appears in television broadcasts. This project was a joint venture with Sam Posey of Posey Design.
This house blends contemporary elements with references to classic, shingle style forms. An abundance of windows and an open floor plan with maple flooring create a light filled interior. This housewas designed in joint venture with Sam Posey of Posey Development, who built the house.
A cupola crowned family wing was added to a house on an exposed hill top. The new wing is designed to blend with the existing contemporary syle but aquires a unique sense of place by opening into a sunken garden, protected by pine trees and a stone wall
An existing historic house was adapted and re-used to provide visual character and a sense of place for this retail center. The existing house is also essential to the financial succeess of the project because it provides additional leasable area beyond that permitted as new construction.
This contemporary house is nestled into a wooded slope overlooking a quiet lake. The open plan centers around a double height, skylit atrium. All living spaces, including 5 bedrooms have a direct lake view. This project was designed in joint venture with Sam Posey of Posey Design.
A neglected, 40 acre farm was re-organized as a Community Supported Farm. A Wisconsin style dairy barn, a stone farmhouse and other structures have been restored to active use. This project received a Merit Award from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation.
This house had been divided into two apartments with separate entrances at each side. During renovations, the interior was re-united, and the entrance was relocated to the front of the house. A new porch provides a sense of scale and dresses up the plain exterior.
Among other publications, our projects have appeared in Metropolitan Home, Car and Driver magazine, and on the cover of Unique Homes magazine.