New Residence, Croton-on-Hudson, New York

New Residence, Croton-on-Hudson, New York
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An active family of four commissioned this house on a rocky wooded hillside overlooking aprotected wetland and pond to the south. The southern exposure allows major rooms to capture sunlight and seasonal passive solar gain asthe house stretches from east to west. photo: Fred Cjarles
“rooms off of covered walk” — dmbusbee
New Residence, Croton-on-Hudson, New York
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An active family of four commissioned this house on a rocky wooded hillside overlooking aprotected wetland and pond to the south. The southern exposure allows major rooms to capture sunlight and seasonal passive solar gain asthe house stretches from east to west. photo: Fred Cjarles
New Residence, Croton-on-Hudson, New York
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Our aim was to make a house that capuitalized on but did not overpower the site: a house in the woods, captivated by its own golden pond, with indoor and outdoor spaces connected to the site and a few internally focused spaces to house diverse activities. photo: Fred Charles
New Residence, Croton-on-Hudson, New York
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The design of the house tries to find a language that draws from the American farmhouse vernacular. We wanted the impression to be one of harmony between the site and the built environment. Most importantly, we wanted to enrich the experience of the occupants, and their sense of connection to the remarkable site, as they lived in the house. photo: Fred Charles
“Ceiling” — deemcintyre
New Residence, Croton-on-Hudson, New York
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The design of the house tries to find a language that draws from the American farmhouse vernacular. We wanted the impression to be one of harmony between the site and the built environment. Most importantly, we wanted to enrich the experience of the occupants, and their sense of connection to the remarkable site, as they lived in the house. photo: Fred Charles
“Nice” — Patty Durant
New Residence, Croton-on-Hudson, New York
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The design of the house tries to find a language that draws from the American farmhouse vernacular. We wanted the impression to be one of harmony between the site and the built environment. Most importantly, we wanted to enrich the experience of the occupants, and their sense of connection to the remarkable site, as they lived in the house. photo: Fred Charles
“Stairway” — hh412
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