Wilson Point, Connecticut

•  This proposed restoration and renovation of an artist’s studio house designed by architect Frank J. Forster in 1926 on the Connecticut Shore was a result of the client’s clear vision of enlarging the cottage to accommodate a large family  • The 1,000 square foot addition of living space included a restored architectural composition accomplished by removing 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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