Gooch Residence

Coast of Maine, USA, 2002

­­­­­ Approaching from the entrance drive the view is focused on a cluster of buildings a small entrance pacilion leads you inside the structure.  One enters immediately into a large great room with a glass wall that opens out to a spectacular view of the ocean.  The “small village” approach to this floor plan allows clean functionality for the owner’s large and growing family providing generous storage space and private living quarters surrounding a large central communal space.  

Project Architect: Ernest Schichler

Architectural Photography: Robert C. Lautman

Published: Architectural Digest