Tour a stunning oceanfront home featuring extensive renovations.
Author: Photographs by Durston Saylor
The winning projects in the 2015 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards came courtesy of Thornton Design, LLC, Calla McNamara for Able Construction Inc. and Arbonies King Vlock, PC
The winning projects in the 2015 CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards came courtesy of Artemis Landscape Architects, Inc. with Freddy's Landscape Co., Gregory Lombardi Design and Devore Associates, LLC.
Enter, stage left, a barn; now a two-bedroom, one-sleeping-loft guesthouse with sweeping views overlooking the lake and a striking amount of open space. “They wanted a place where guests would feel comfortable, and not like they had to perform,” Bartle says. “And they wanted to do it economically and in such a way that they could take advantage of the view of the lake.” Because the couple didn’t have a specific look in mind, Bartle and his design partner Ken Lake started from the social and moved toward the aesthetic, keeping in mind both the spoken and unspoken requirements.