Project Detail

 

Lanterns

Fairfield County, CT United States

Gray Organschi Architecture

 

Project Description

Gray Organschi Architecture • Prefabricated in the architects’ shop, the Lanterns are four small pool-side structures with a combined square footage of 235. Designed to provide a private house with seating areas, shading, dining space, and a changing room with a shower, the structures are composed of a laminated veneer lumber moment frame, and clad in cedar tongue-and-groove boards. Open in the summer—with the option for a canopy to be strung between them—the Lanterns are closed in the winter with panels that feature a cedar lattice over extruded polycarbonate. The Lanterns were built as prefab structures to minimize construction disturbance. “It’s all about the detailing,” juror Donna Robertson said. “It’s a very elegant idea about creating an outdoor living room.” In praise of the strategy to use the enclosed Lanterns as landscape objects during the winter, Bill Valentine added, “They would be beautiful in the snow.”

 

Project Details

Lanterns
Location:
Shared by:
 
Client/Owner:
Project Team:
    Alan Organschi, principal; Lisa Gray, principal; Aaron Weller, project manager;
Consultants:
  • Landscape Architect: Reed Hilderbrand Associates 
  • Construction Manager: Jig design+build 
  • Structural Engineer: Edward Stanley Engineers 
  • Lighting Designer: SM Lighting Design 
  • General Contractor: Andy Fowler 
  • Landscape Contractor: Christensen Landscape Services 
  • Photography: Bo Crockett 
 
Project Type:
Project Status:
Project Size:
    235 sq ft
 
 
 

Comments

Please read our Content Guidelines before posting.

Other Other Projects

 

Other New England Projects