What makes this home by Julian King Architect interesting is that it fits in quite well with the existing Greenwich, Connecticut neighborhood (mostly shingle-style cottages), which was very important to its owners. It has the gable roof (and other archetypal images of domicile) and materials of its surroundings as the prosaic basis for its commentary on the balance between those things that continually change-wind, sun, seasons, life, etc. with those that remain, such as family.

Greenwich House in Connecticut by Julian King Architect in main architecture  Category

Greenwich House in Connecticut by Julian King Architect in main architecture  Category

Greenwich House in Connecticut by Julian King Architect in main architecture  Category

Greenwich House in Connecticut by Julian King Architect in main architecture  Category

Greenwich House in Connecticut by Julian King Architect in main architecture  Category

Greenwich House in Connecticut by Julian King Architect in main architecture  Category