Cotswolds in Connecticut

The original house, built in the early 1930s, had several unsympathetic additions in the 1970s and 1980s. Our task was to take the warren of clustered rooms and unify the circulation and architectural language of the home.

Along with minor additions for an expanded bedroom, screened porch and gym, was the challenge of an indoor half-sized basketball court to be added to the house. The solution here was to sink it into the ground three feet and treat the architecture as a preexisting barn connected to the house with a transparent breezeway.

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