Located on a beautiful property with a legacy of architectural and landscape innovation, this mid-century guest house was originally designed by the offices of Eliot Noyes and Alan Goldberg. Due to its age and expanded use as an in-law dwelling for extended stays, the 1200 S.F. structure required a renovation and small addition. While one objective was to make the structure function independently of the main house with its own access road, garage, and entrance, another objective was to knit the guest house into the architectural fabric of the property. New window openings deliberately frame landscape and architectural elements on the site, while exterior finishes borrow from the material palette of the main house (cedar, zinc, field stone), bringing unity to the family compound. Inside, the use of lighter materials lends airiness to the simple, efficient spaces.
Prutting & Co. Custom Builders, LLC
Good Design Access
DiBlasi Associates, PC
Reed Hilderbrand Associates
Jane Beiles Photography; Michael Biondo Photography