This French Eclectic cottage and former residence of renowned architect Philip Goodwin, required updating and additional space to serve its owners, a pair of accomplished cooks, gardeners and dog lovers.
In the spirit of Goodwin’s design, the addition extends an existing gable to create a live-in kitchen where his façade is preserved within the space. The addition finishes with the integration of the original pump house and a new hipped roof over added entry porch and laundry, and a mudroom that doubles as the dog room.
The original kitchen is repurposed as the library, designed with tight HVAC control to preserve its contents.
WEST CORNWALL, CT
DiSalvo Engineering Group – structural
Westwoods Design – architectural lighting
Seth Churchill – Churchill Building Company – construction
Michael Bowman Photography