This project is quite peculiar, because the idea was to transform an old house, built in 1945 in Stonington (Connecticut) , designed by architect John Lincoln, who was professor of architecture at the School of Design, Rhode Island. The key here has been to respect the design with clear references to the architecture by the genius Frank Lloyd Wright who has rearranged the space with more modern and varied materials.
The current plan includes a study room, a garage, a swimming pool and a new vision for all outdoor spaces. The living room is located on the ground floor while upstairs we find a bedroom and a master suite. The reconstruction makes a better use of the available space.
Both inside and outside the house one can feel the good atmosphere. We particularly like the refined decoration and the furniture that will never go out of fashion.