bath adjacent to snooker room
display area at top of stair on 3rd floor
hall view of main stair and walkway above
Photography this page by Will Sherwood
14,000 sq. ft.
Redesign existing structure, opening up small, isolated spaces
to meet the lifestyle demands of a contemporary couple. Constructed
on over three acres in the 1920s, the grounds and building had
not received attention for many years.
Master suite with two separate bathrooms and dressing areas.
· Better circulation flow to accommodate large
· Large, open kitchen.
· Entertainment room for bar and snooker table.
· Video editing room and new office space.
New mechanical systems.
· Landscaping to increase lawn area.
The location of the existing structural walls defined the organization
of the floor layout. We then removed most of the intermediate
walls to enhance the sense of continuous movement from one room
to another. Architectural elements were designed to unify the
spaces; the railing details and frosted glass panel doors are
repeated throughout the house. We used landscaping to provide
both the interior and exterior environments with a sense of privacy.
AT Inc. - architects
a r c h i t e c t u r a l t e c h n o l o g
massachusetts USA 01564
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