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Connecticut

  • 2013 RADA / Custom / More Than 3,000 Square Feet / Merit Award: Bridge House, Kent, Conn / Joeb Moore & Partners Architects

    Bridge House, Kent, Conn.

    Inspired by a wood-covered bridge spanning the nearby falls, this house springs from a rolling hill. Joeb Moore, AIA, organized it as two L-shaped pieces that lock together.

     
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    French Country Farm, Greenwich, Conn.

    A rustic potting room attracted the judges' attention.

     
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    Wheeler Residence, Scarsdale, N.Y.

    Inspired by the forms of a grand piano, this stair gets support from a rhythmic array of steel rods.

     
  • Neutra Glen Residence, Stamford, Conn.

    A new kitchen in a restored 1959 house by Richard Neutra expands on the theme of the original building.

     
  • hartmann residence, fairfield, conn.

    As is so often the case on a difficult site, this narrow lot inspired a cleverly designed house that makes the most of its footprint.

     
  • riverbank residence, stamford, conn.

    Joeb Moore, AIA, intended this white-and-stainless steel kitchen to both please and surprise.

     
  • cottage, guilford, conn.

    Gray Organschi Architecture, New Haven, Conn. Small buildings get attention because every detail is exposed, and there's a lot to admire on this accessory cottage in a meadow overlooking Long Island Sound.

     
  • shell game

    The transformation of this 1905 New Haven, Conn., fire station into a live, work, and play space was all about shells.

     
  • mianus river residence, stamford, conn.

    “This house is almost John Pawson-like; it's so spare it sings,” said one judge. Another praised its “quiet celebration of connections” and the way it hits the ground.

     
  • house on the connecticut river, essex, conn.

    Architect Chad Floyd’s house sits on the north cove of the Connecticut, River, in a colonial-era shipbuilding town.

     
 
 
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