This turn of the century shingle house in the Village of Southampton has been a laboratory of small scale projects for the past twenty five years. Transformations have included a stone garden courtyard with an elevated patio and pergola (examining three ways of framing space) , a family room extension (square plan with inserted volumes) , a small tower (the campanile!) solarium and now planning (2023) a linear volume, flat roofed extension with bath and sleeping rooms. The projects have all faced the competing criteria of a desire for simple modernistic spaces and the historic design criteria imposed by the rigorous local architectural review board.

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