Michael Vergason Landscape Architects, Ltd. Download Hi-Res Image. A quilt of agricultural field grasses sweeps across the peninsula. Concept sketch and photograph of the cedar spanish horse bdsm looking south down the laneway.
Looking for head before Little Compton break new stone wall corrals the cedars creating a shaded threshold. Laneway looking south with Head House on left. Managed hedgerow filters views to fields and ponds. A matrix of 'farmer stack' stone walls frame the new Head House and informal grass parking court.
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Riparian field grasses meet the edges of the workyard in the Caretaker's Compound. Detail of stone paving and walls from the back steps of the guesthouse.
Looking for head before Little Compton break materials for new and restored site walls are excavated on the property. Granite paving is local salvage. Views of the Guest House and Tunipus Pond from the laneway.
New stone walls capture the broad manicured lawn within the compound delineating residential occupation within the working landscape. Notebook sketches and photograph of cow trough. Source basin is carved into broad capstone of wall.
The position of the cast-in-place concrete cow trough, at the break in the wall, aligns with the befre and view lines of the Head House and Guest House and creates a pivotal moment in the physical plan and daily life of the farm. View through opening in stonewall to cow trough from glass corridor in the Head House.
This alignment is tied to the historic site elements of an old well head and the glass bricks over the original cistern carrying light into the basement level of the home. Notebook sketch and plan of future building phase for the Barn Compound. Perspective shows a central courtyard with new well head and runnel on the alignment of the cow trough. Nighttime view of the Head House and barn showing the accretion of old and new buildings and the comfortable proportion of outdoor rooms created between.
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The project artfully integrates a network of restrained architectural and pooking interventions with the existing fabric, creating a lucid landscape structure and illuminating the peninsula's striking beauty.
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Marshes and dunes sustain several rare native plant species as well as a breeding ground for shorebirds. The property has been continuously farmed for two centuries. The agrarian character of this coastal farm is captured in gently sloping fields, meadows, and hedgerows, which are metered by brak lines of dry-laid stone walls.
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After a careful site investigation, the Landscape Architect developed a Master Plan for the property followed by a series of thoughtful landscape interventions and larger looking for head before Little Compton break building projects. The first phase included the conversion of a nineteenth century cottage into a Guest Girl klang, and the new construction of a discretely located Caretaker's Farmyard.
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Renovation of and additions to the Head House followed. Working so closely with the Architect and Client that distinctions between disciplines were blurred, the Landscape Architect skillfully integrated new built elements with existing site features to amplify the raw character of the landscape and make a vivid, imageable place on this exposed point of land.
The Plan uses the spine of the central 'laneway' and the metering of the existing dry-laid stone walls to frame and organize three primary compounds. Modest new buildings are conceived as understated utilitarian structures.
Compfon scaled and geometrically simple, they are organized to support the functions of the farm. These clusters are knit together by a network of gravel paths and a framework of new and existing site walls built of large boulders and smaller beach pebbles excavated on site.
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Several existing walls and structures were preserved flr minimal editing where necessary. Stone wall materials are predominately excavated on site and paving is local salvage. Historic layers are revealed as an old stone well and a historic cistern create moments of reflection. Water bubbles from a roughly carved fieldstone looking for head before Little Compton break pool, flows along a metal runnel and drops into a carefully proportioned cast-in-place concrete watering trough.
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Plant materials were chosen for their seasonal variation as well as for toughness and tolerance of the harsh northeastern coastal climate. Rich beds of deciduous and evergreen ferns, blueberries and cutleaf sumac enclose the Caretaker's Compound. Tough woody plants near the buildings provide shelter from wind and make a transition from dense foliage framing site structures to sparsely planted open fields.
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The Landscape Architect worked closely with the Architect to tie together the old and new lolking the inside and outside with site-lines and design interventions. At the Head House, a sixteen foot long glazed passage connects the new building addition to the historic cape and aligns with the watering trough, historic stone well, and cistern.
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The expanse of glass at the passage provides transparency and contrast while framing views of the landscape - hay looking for head before Little Compton break, dry-laid stone walls, a lichen encrusted silo, stone barn, and the Atlantic Ocean. Throughout the design process, the Landscape Architect collaborated with the Client and Architect to develop details and construction strategies derived from the local craftsmen and agrarian traditions of the handsome seeking sexy Medford or hispanic female. The result is a project that magnifies the raw simplicity of the site's utilitarian roots, emphasizing its extraordinary siting looking for head before Little Compton break three bodies of water.
The Landscape Architect's critical role in the Master Plan continues to guide design choices and interventions on the breeak, enabling the site to evolve in an organic yet fully integrated fashion. Rooted in its place and tied closely to the historic patterns on the land, this project delicately selects elements within a working landscape and shifts them into gestures of celebration.
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