At 12,000 square feet, the Cove Hollow Farm Road Residence is more akin to a compound. The same family has occupied the property for generations, each one leaving its own imprint on the place. A new expansion by New York’s Architecture Outfit (AO) aims to knit the old and the new.
AO principals Thaddeus Briner and Marta Sanders treated a 2,000-square-foot farmhouse, more than a century old, like a family heirloom—something to preserve but also be stowed away. “We relocated it with careful consideration for its appearance from the road as well as the integrity of the timber framing itself,” said Sanders. “We then situated a spacious
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