Collaborating with the clients and architect from the outset of the project allowed for a holistic design, including the siting of the house, terraces and walkways, automobile circulation, pool, pool house, surrounding gardens and native meadow and woodland plantings. The design unfolds as a series of outdoor rooms closely related to the interior spaces and progressing from formal terraces and gardens near the house to naturalistic plantings at the property perimeter.

This collaborative effort resulted in a unified site design that complements the style and character of the traditional stone and clapboard house.

1997 CTASLA Merit Award

Architect | George Penniman Architects

Greenwich House
Residential 2