Richard Turlington Architects Project - Private Residence 3

The residential design by New Haven architectural firm,  Richard Turlington Architects is a  2,500 sf, cottage style structure with lots of windows because of its orientation within the block.  The house sits on a fieldstone base with cedars shingles, painted white trim and an articulate roof form, including a series of cross gables.

The interior organizing relies on a single loaded corridor along one edge of the building that allows each room to connect to this datum line.  The large living and dining spaces on the ground floor are separated by a core of pantry and bathroom, allowing for easy communication but separate enough to provide a layer of privacy that contemporary home buyers demand in higher quality new homes.