Beinfield Architecture transforms a former working oyster house in the quaint coastal village of Oysterman's Row in Rowayton, CT. We are honored to have Connecticut Cottages & Gardens Magazine feature this awesome house in their 10 Years of Design September 2014 issue.
“One of the more remarkable aspects of the house is the way it fits together in a three-dimensional kind of way,” says Beinfeld. “We were able to give them so many areas to enjoy, each with its own personality."
"The biggest challenge," says project architect Mark Goodwin, "was creating enough storage space."
These floors are making it hard not to think of sailing away to some far away island!
You can read the article about The Pearl of Rowayton here.
Photos by Keith Scott Morton from cottages-gardens.com