By Jessica • 2 hrs in the past
Once a 19th-century train depot, Depot Residence is a rehabilitated residence completed by Gray Organschi Architecture.
It is situated in rural Connecticut, and can make use of the original rubble basis to develop a property that is classy and contemporary whilst nevertheless retaining a sense of its historical previous.
Depot Residence by Gray Organschi Architecture:
“The Shepaug River Valley Railroad, which ran along the Bantam River in the late 19th century, stopped at this location, when the website of a tiny neighborhood train depot. We saved and reinforced the current 19th century rubble foundation, making use of it as the base for this new property. 2 basic gable structures, oriented perpendicularly to each and every other, produce area for a big open program between them and refer, via their kinds, to neighboring barns and to the region’s agricultural heritage. The property interior is lined with bleached pine kitchen, dining, residing and family rooms overlap every single other and develop a wealthy series of spatial experiences that accommodate relaxed weekend residing. The living spaces open onto a lap pool which is edged in stone-lined gabion baskets and is surrounded by a cedar deck. Outdoor spaces offer views across the meadow to the Bantam River.”
Images courtesy of Gray Organschi Architecture
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