Two Houses in One

The open living and kitchen area in the new house is outfitted with blue
stools. The link that joins the new part of the house to the old is on the
right. The materials here—stone tile and walls of nickel gap and cedar
shingle—suggest what might have been on the outside of the house, if
there had been an actual gap between separate new and old buildings.
The space is covered with a glass roof framed with reclaimed heart
pine. The lighting throughout the house is from Fogg Lighting. The
framed flags on the kitchen wall are from the Mere Point Yacht Club
and the Portland Yacht Club. The family’s dog, Popham (named after
the beach), wanders between the new and old parts of the house.


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