Located on a relatively flat lot, the existing 50’s style cape home with a deficient foundation was demolished. This stately, newly constructed five bedroom home was positioned back from the street in order to bring the entertaining and living spaces closer to the location of the existing pool (which was completely reconstructed). A covered outdoor entertainment center along with an outdoor fireplace and pergola helps to transition the entertaining from the large open kitchen and great room to the pool terrace. The traditional materials of shingle, stone and metal create an informal yet elegant architectural style reminiscent of the neighboring eighteenth century homes.
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This renovation project entailed the complete demolition and renovation of the Men’s Locker Room bathroom facility. The reorganization of the space required all plumbing and lighting to be moved and replaced. Existing metal bathroom partitions were replaced with walls and mahogany louvered doors. Spacious new, marble accented shower stalls with etched frameless glass doors and Kohler fixtures, replace antiquated shower stalls with curtains. Runtal towel warmers, cove lighting, marble countertops and floor tile, white subway wall tile and custom mahogany Pennville Cabinetry further accent this elegant renovation.
A new 23,000 square foot community center and operations facility for this growing non-profit organization. The facility offers in-house community and home-based nursing and medical care services throughout the greater region, all based out of Ridgefield, Connecticut. The program actively supports seniors who want to age in place, as well as offering community wellness and public health through various programs and events. Energy efficient design played a leading role in the selection of lighting, materials and building systems, including the building envelope assembly, chosen for this state of the art project.
Patterned shingle siding
Multi-use conference center with teaching kitchen
Custom stone logo incorporated into the entry pavers
Restored period paneling at lobby from demolished building
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Complete renovation of one of the tristate area’s top salon and spa destinations. The concept was to provide an amenity-rich, tech-savvy redesign to complement their growing clientele. The new design incorporates a new tablet check-in system, strategically located charging stations, high speed Wi-Fi, a digital video wall, and complimentary amenities such as freshly brewed Starbucks coffee and wine.
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2016 HGTV Faces of Design Finalist: Great First Impressions
New guest house for a sprawling wooded estate. Period colors grace this interpretation of a Second Empire Victorian home. The stairwell and skylight occupy the center volume of the new home allowing natural light to filter throughout the interior.
An empty retail storefront is converted into a dynamic new spin studio franchise. A large spin room, a welcoming reception displaying retail items and apparel, smartly appointed locker rooms and an inviting lounge make this the go to exercise destination.
Tiered spin room
State of the art sound system and sound attenuation
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The kitchen is the heart of any home. Doyle Coffin Architecture works closely with each homeowner to create an inspirational environment conducive to preparation, organization and entertainment. Partnering with Pennville Custom Cabinetry allows our custom kitchen, pantry and wet bar designs to be specifically detailed to each unique client and project.
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2015 AIA Connecticut Design Award 2016 AIA Connecticut Business Architecture Award
2017 ACEC Merit Award
2015 CODA Award Top 100
2016 HGTV Faces of Design Finalist: Posh Public Spaces
This new movie theater with its replicated historic facade, accommodates the highly technical requirements of a modern multi-use complex which houses 4 theaters, concessions, café, bar, restaurant, film studio and meeting rooms. Open spaces allow massive chandelier sculptures, murals and other artwork to become focal points.
This historic Westport, CT 1770 colonial saltbox was originally renovated in the early 2000s to add a connected barn structure housing a larger living room, sunroom, and master bedroom suite. To transform the main residence and several smaller accessory buildings including a dilapidated shed/single car garage, Doyle Coffin Architecture created a master plan focused on the lifestyle of the new owners. A new rear entry, mudroom, laundry and storage were added off the kitchen to connect the main house to the playground and back yard. A new wing added a three-car garage, home office, additional bedrooms, exercise room and playroom. Through a resided and repainted exterior, the historic house (with earlier addition) reclaims its spot as the “main house”, and the new addition becomes the more rustic colonial barn. A new forecourt creates a clear entry sequence, which had been lacking.