This single-family house on Nantucket is sited in scrub forest, with wood boardwalks crisscrossing the site to connect buildings with the driveway, pool, and beach, as well as future structures planned for a second phase of construction. AW’s response to Nantucket’s rigid design restrictions was to embrace them in the extreme. Seeking to create iconic cedar-shingled pavilions as the basis of the house, the assembly consists of three nearly identical, minimalist pavilions with pass-through connectors.
Residential, Single Family, Waterfront
The interior is equally extreme and minimalist, intended to be both elegant and durable, and, ultimately, to support a casual, beachside life style. Only three primary materials are used throughout the interior: rustic oak, white concrete, and unfinished plaster.
Sun Engineering, Inc.
Bracken Engineering, Inc.
ARCHITECTURAL STEEL FABRICATION
Erica Moody - Fine Metal Work Make Metals
Woodmeister Master Builders