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Living room with original fireplace in renovated home by Lee Skolnick. Using a 1930’s cottage as the base building, Skolnick converted this modest home into a 2,500 sq. ft. dynamic array of shapes and volumes, conceived as a series of interconnected cottages. Sitting astride the original shingled house, the renovated structure includes a copper and plywood shack, a corrugated-metal shed and a wood barn. Angled greenhouse windows act as large skylights for the central part of the home.
East End Home | Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership | Archinect
ML House "A private home in Portugal with a box body and box windows" | Paulo Salvaterra; Interior Designer: Sofia Zambujo; Photo: João Morgado Photography | Archinect