The existing house is a cluster of individuated pavilions while the addition is at once a single gabled form, sheared and skewed as it adapts to the topography, or two gabled volumes conjoined.

An existing bedroom is converted into a mud room. From here, one can proceed either into the living, dining, kitchen and a bedroom or to the stair hall leading into the new wing.

Location: Montague, New Jersey

Client: Nancy Lee Wydra

Schedule: 1987

Design team: Preston Scott Cohen