WESTON RESIDENCE BY SPECHT HARPMAN ARCHITECTS

  • SPECHT-HARPMAN-Weston-Residence
  • SPECHT-HARPMAN-Weston-Residence
  • SPECHT-HARPMAN-Weston-Residence
  • SPECHT-HARPMAN-Weston-Residence
  • SPECHT-HARPMAN-Weston-Residence

This 2400 square foot house in Weston, Connecticut was designed by Specht Harpman Architects, the geniuses behind the incredibly loved Manhattan Micro Loft. Nestled into a valley near Saugatuck River, the Weston Residence blends right into the surrounding natural environment.

The flat rooftops are covered with year-round plants, giving the home a fifth facade not often thought about. That facade plays a key role in the design as the road to the house begins on a cliff high above looking down onto the house.

The bedrooms were thoughtfully placed to overlook the roof gardens giving the feeling of being immersed in the surrounding greenery.

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