Punkinville House

Clients who had lived many years in a treasured 19th century cape sought a significant change in lifestyle. A spectacular site, a restrictive budget, and a desire for an unapologetically contemporary house were parameters which deeply influenced the design solution. The sober expression of the house nevertheless responds intentionally to the climatic demands of its site, and is clad humbly in the most traditional of New England building materials, the local white cedar shingle.
Architect: Bruce Norelius
Builder: Peacock Builders
Photography: Sandy Agrafiotis

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