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Southampton Cottage

Southampton Cottage

•  Transformation of the facade and garden of a 19c farm house in the Village of Southampton into an 18c Colonial  •  A porch was removed, and the front door was re-positioned to create symmetry  •  Clapboard siding was replaced with painted shingles and operable raised paneled shutters were added to all windows  •  The door surround is modeled on Batty Langley's Ionic order, and the chevron door is after an original 18c example found on Long Island’s North Fork  •  Custom wrought iron bracket arms and lantern were designed by B&S  •  Jeffersonian style “Chinese" fret fence and gates enclose a clipped privet topiary room  •  Complete kitchen renovation  •

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CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE

CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE

•  Proposal to re-incorporate the parlor floor and garden of a Greek Revival townhouse with the remainder of the previously restored residence  •  Parlor floor plan includes large family room, music room with apse, concealed serving pantry, powder room, and cloak room  •  Restored open stair hall to original configuration  •  Large steel window leads to shallow porch overlooking new Classical garden of pea gravel, yew topiaries, and bordered with pleached hornbeams  •

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Old Sparta, New York

Old Sparta, New York

•  Renovation of an 18th c house with a 1921 addition by Shreve Lamb and Harmon in Westchester County  •   The majority of the original Colonial Revival elements were retained  •  Simple and classic interior and exterior finishes are combined with bespoke fixtures and antique hardware  •  The new kitchen and bathrooms use Belgian blue stone and Arabascato marble slabs for a Modern aesthetic  •  The highlight of the house is the dining room that is lined in raw, quarter sawn white oak pegged paneling  •  All plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems were updated  •

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Matinecock, New York

Matinecock, New York

• A concept sketch for a “face lift” to an austere 10,000 square foot Long Island county house designed by Delano and Aldrich  in 1925  •  The client had a love of early English architecture, so we combined references from H. T. Lindeberg and Sir Edwin Lutyens. Both architects — who believed architecture should exhibit a bit of drama — exaggerated dominant features such as tall chimneys, many-mullioned windows, and deep gables  •  The proposed transformation incorporates  rough natural materials  such as white oak clapboard gables, lime-washed stucco walls, all under a graduated slate roof  •  Added elements include covered entry, walled motor court, and service area separated by line of pleached trees  •

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Lanterne House

Lanterne House

•  The French word “Lanterne”, in reference to architecture, means “see-through”  •  The enfilade floor plan creates an intimate style of living  •  The house is one room wide which allows light and air to flow through easily  •  Interior finishes include wide plank white oak floors, limestone entrance hall, pigmented plaster walls, and 18th c wrought iron French hardware  •  The physical and visual connection between the interiors and the motor court, gardens, and lawns is accentuated in true country house fashion  •  An 18th c house in the village of Versailles, called “La Lanterne”, inspired the design  •

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Palladian House Proposal

Palladian House Proposal

•  A proposal for a 9,000 square foot English Palladian country house  •  Facade inspired by Mott B. Schmidt’s “Marienruh”  •  Built of random ashlar field stone with limestone trim  •  13 foot high ceilings on first floor  •  The great hall lends itself to informal living and dining  •  A generous service wing includes a laundry, playroom, flower sink, cloak room, pantry, and office  •  Ground floor master suite is separated from main living rooms by a limed oak library  •  Second floor has four bedrooms and bathrooms  •  Staff quarters are located above the garage wing  •

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Wilson Point, Conneticut

Wilson Point, Conneticut

•  Restoration and renovation of an artist’s studio house designed by architect Frank J. Forster in 1926 on the Connecticut Shore  •  1,000 square foot addition of living space  •  Restored architectural composition through removal of several insensitive additions  •  New floor plan was designed to incorporate an entrance courtyard and a two-story master suite addition  •  New kitchen, garage, and bedroom wings blend seamlessly with original stone, stucco, and half-timber Cotswold style architecture  •

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River Oaks, Texas

River Oaks, Texas

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Georgian Retreat

Georgian Retreat

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