field house

Sited in the middle of a field of alfalfa overlooking a tidal river, the form of this home is derived from its local New England agricultural context, its solar orientation and a dramatic view. Exterior materials add to the feeling that the building has always been there, and include recycled cypress barn board in a rain screen assembly, reclaimed municipal granite, cast in place concrete, and corrugated steel. Interior finishes include raw steel, stone, radiant concrete floors, and cabinets fabricated of laser-cut plywood with aluminum mechanic's tool chests.

See CONSTRUCTION IMAGES for more. Complete photos including interiors coming soon.

CreditsLuke Mandle, AIA, Architect
Wayne LLoyd, Field Superintendent
Sandro Braga, Intern
Peter Ross, Photography
Wm Morgan, Selected Photographs
























Wm Morgan