While the front of this new house is very traditional, the rear incorporates much more glass than the front leads you to expect. Skylights and French doors bring light deep into the center of the house.

We built in an implied history. The main house has an 18th century Georgian appearance, while the Greek Revival sun room appears as if it was added in the 19th century. The garage is linked to the house by a glass hallway.

The interior of the house is organized around long dramatic views across several rooms through arched openings.

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