New Canaan Home: A Mid-Century Modernist Household with A Sequence of Modest Rooms
The renovation and learn bedroom addition of this residence comes with a obstacle to obey the demanding zoning prerequisites by respecting the integrity of a considerable mid-century modernist home. New Canaan Residence was made by John Black Lee in 1957 located in New Canaan, CT with 3000 SF + 2600 SF Addition in sizing. A new addition is additional to this dwelling by Joel Sanders Architect with a sequence of small rooms.
This home respects the style and design integrity of the primary mid-century modernist house in an magnificent way that displays contemporary existence. The new addition of this house is aligned with the back again of the current home centered on the zoning necessities, creating the linear “bar” massing. This addition is unified with the pitched roof of the present property by the constant roofline.
The house inside is liberated which is subdivided into a sequence of small rooms. The architect treats this sequence as one particular open glazed pavilion. There are three freestanding wood-clad provider cores that divide the open quantity of the property into a few exercise zones: master bed room, dwelling or dining, and kitchen.
The home privateness among parents is offered by the break up bed room configuration. The unique site plan treats this home as an object floating in an undifferentiated picturesque landscape which is in contrast to what the architect does. The architect divides this property into four quadrants and each and every of them is dealt with as an outdoor home. This space extends the indoor domestic activity outdoors.
Photographer: Peter Aaron