The owners of the Bailey Residence, a 1950’s Cape Cod, wanted to renovate their home to better ﬁt the needs of their growing family. They also wanted to complement the architectural style of their established neighborhood called “Old Hill.”
The homeowners required windows and patio doors that would help increase natural daylight and also be energy efficient. The existing footprint was maximized to gain every inch of usable space. Some ﬂoor plans were rearranged to situate the bedrooms and living areas in a way that would take advantage of a broad southern exposure. Extensive natural light reduces the need for artiﬁcial lighting and accentuates the warm, natural materials chosen for the interiors. Natural light also helps focus attention on the beautiful views outside.
|Location: Westport, CT
Project Type: Remodel
Building Type: Residential
Product: Integrity Wood-Ultrex Casement, Awning, Inswing French Doors
Architect: Sellars Lathrop Architects
Retailer: Woodbury Supply Company, Inc.