LEED-Certified Greenwich Modern

Architect: Amanda Martocchio Architecture & Design
Photography: Michael Moran
Project Year:2016
This LEED-certified project was a substantial rebuild of a 1960's home, preserving the original foundation to the extent possible, with a small amount of new area, a reconfigured floor plan, and newly envisioned massing. The design is simple and modern, with floor to ceiling glazing along the rear, connecting the interior living spaces to the landscape. The design process was informed by building science best practices, including solar orientation, triple glazing, rain-screen exterior cladding, and a thermal envelope that far exceeds code requirements.

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Like it, except for the big black rock

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Sprawling backyard and house area...like driftwood with multiple access

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Large look out area with all the windows

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