The overall style of the home is Arts and Crafts meets Coastal Shingle Style meets modern times. Each facade has a unique composition that responds to the immediate context (such as neighboring houses) and greater context (views of the Manasquan River), yet common elements tie all four sides together."Most of the architecture in the neighborhood is quite traditional, so we kept the front facade more conservative," says Bubnowski. This side is a good example of how he balances symmetry and asymmetry. While the house has a symmetrical outline, the placement of the front door and other elements is asymmetrical.