The Roxbury House marries art and landscape in intimate and broad moments. The form of the house is organized by a series of undulating roofs that express a variety of programs and capture respective views to the landscape. Two courtyards serve as outdoor galleries, allowing the clients to showcase sculpture and site-specific installations throughout the year as an extension of their NYC art gallery. Indoor and outdoor spaces oscillate at different scales with long axial views through the house, merging spaces with layers of materials and light as well as distant views to the landscape.
Location Roxbury, Connecticut
Architect Desai Chia Architecture
Landscape Architect LaGuardia Design Group
Project Team Arthur H. Howland & Associates, P.C.; Berkshire Wilton Partners; Christine Sciulli Light + Design; Murray Engineering; NYBTG; Scott Pools
2022 Residential Design Awards