Oceanfront Residence with Stunning Coastal Views in Connecticut

Evening, Lighting, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

The Spiral House was completed in 2009 by the Connecticut based studio Joeb Moore + Partners Architects. This 3,900 square foot contemporary, open-plan home was designed with glass walls, enabling the clients to enjoy the fabulous views of the coastline.

The Spiral House is located on the Lower Fairfield County coast, Connecticut, USA.

Shore View, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Entrance, Evening, Lighting, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Entrance Bridge, Glass Walls, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Lawn, Coast Views, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Wooden Balcony, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Wood Cladding, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Wood Cladding, Window, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Architecture, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Glass Walls, Contemporary Fireplace, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Dining Table, Kitchen, Breakfast Bar, Living Room, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Stairs, Open Plan Living, Glass Sliding Doors, Water Views, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Stairs, Window, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Dark Staircase, White Walls, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Glass Floor, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

White Bathroom, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

Double Sinks, Bath, Shower, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

See-Through Bath, Bathroom, Ocean Views, Oceanfront Residence in Connecticut

The Spiral House in Connecticut, details by Joeb Moore + Partners Architects:

“Situated along the Connecticut shoreline of Long Island Sound, this single-family house is conceived of as an extension of both its natural and social contexts. The crux of the project lies in the juxtaposition of two systems of geometry—projective and radial—defining the project’s response to these environmental and social conditions in both formal and conceptual ways.

Projective geometries render the site as pure landscape; that is, as an expanse of scenery that can be viewed from a single point. The radial geometry at work in the house, tied to notions of water, waves, and sea, creates the spiraling form that relates social spaces to private spaces and seamlessly adjoins interior with exterior.”

Photos By: Jeff Goldberg/ESTO, Todd Mason Halkin

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