Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows or view to that side. The Garage and master suite anchor the front of the house further shielding the private living areas from public access. By contrast, the private or rear side opens up greatly with multiple windows and an outdoor seating area.
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
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Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“simple house frame” — jmbuck941
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Ideabooks69
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Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“open staircase up to top” — walleygirl
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Ideabooks38
Questions0
Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“landing floor” — suresh patel
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Ideabooks25
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Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Ideabooks32
Questions1
Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“Better detail of 3 vertical windows on gable end...” — Dave Olufs
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Ideabooks74
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Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“Cottage style” — darla1116
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Ideabooks23
Questions0
Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“design” — donagost
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Ideabooks237
Questions2
Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“Good design” — Jyoti Kanitkar
Lyme, NH, House
Ideabooks41
Questions0
Designed to sit on a flat Plateau overlooking the Connecticut River, this two story house takes full advantage of the sweeping view while its minimized scale decreases the impact on the natural wooded surrounding. There is also a great distinction between the public and private areas in the residence. The house turn its back to the public or front entry by allowing few windows ...More
“shape of house” — wonderingmama
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