Harbor Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

            <img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/jz/jzqgcmbx13lgek4g.jpg?fit=crop&auto=compress%2Cformat&w=1200" border="0" />The Harbor Residence project undertook the transformation of an early 1980s waterfront &ldquo;transitional shingle style&rdquo; home situated on a site with 360-degree views of Greenwich Cove.&nbsp; The initial prompt and conceptual framework for the house came from the client who sought a design that would connect their growing collection of contemporary art with the house, interior and landscape in a way that would allow all three &ndash;&nbsp;art, architecture and landscape &ndash; to operate as an expanded and interactive field. &nbsp;The transformed interior and exterior spaces, flows, and views work to collapse the three into one.<br>
This “expanded field” is evident as one moves through the revised approach, transitioning from motor court, through a compressed privacy hedge grove that gives way to a vast pivoting entry, and into the double-height foyer gallery.  From there, views unfold panoramically through the house, across the landscaped infinity pool, and down to Long Sound as illustrated in the key cross-s...

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