This 2400 sq. foot residence in Weston, Connecticut was designed by Specht Harpman Architects, the geniuses behind the extraordinarily beloved Manhattan Micro Loft. Nestled proper right into a valley near Saugatuck River, the Weston Residence blends correct into the encircling pure setting.
The residence has a way of turning into correct into the land it sits on, blurring the division of development and environment.
The flat rooftops are coated with yr-spherical crops, giving the home a fifth facade not sometimes thought-about. That facade performs a key place inside the design as a result of the road to the house begins on a cliff extreme above wanting down onto the house.
The bedrooms have been thoughtfully positioned to overlook the roof gardens giving the feeling of being immersed inside the surrounding greenery.
Two shades of neutral gray pores and pores and skin the surface of the residence, holding its presence low-key.
Glass is used all via framing the luxurious inexperienced panorama previous the development. The fireside floats in entrance of the bottom-to-celing glass panels, as to not block the view.
No greater cabinets have been used inside the kitchen serving to to take care of the sight strains open. The ever-altering panorama is the one work needed for this residence!
Photos by Taggart Sorensen.