Sited on a gentle knoll overlooking Round Bay on the Severn River near Annapolis, Maryland, this project involved additions and the complete remodeling of a small, outmoded, 1930’s “Cape Cod Colonial” house. Inspired by Edwin Lutyen’s Tigbourne Court and Homewood, the triple-gable composition provides a pleasant architectural character and human scale on approach. A covered loggia, created by recessing gently curved floor-to-ceiling windows under the gables, floods the principal spaces with soft natural light and panoramic water views while providing solar shading of the south-facing glass.
1993 AIA Baltimore- Award for Distinctive Residential Architecture
1992 AIA Chesapeake Bay- Honor Award
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