2019 Excellence in Remodeling/Renovation Design Honorable Mention: Owl’s Head Camp Expansion
Sheldon Pennoyer and Jasmine Pinto of Sheldon Pennoyer Architects in Concord
Modest in scale, this 1960 house combines the traditional elements of New England architecture (wood and fieldstone) with an innovative mid-century modern design. Almost sixty years later, an addition has enabled the older generation to live on the first floor. This goal for the addition was to not compromise the initial design of the original structure and also have little impact on the lake’s unique shoreline. This project allows for multiple generations of one family to live and vacation together in comfort.
Judges said: The addition and renovations pay homage to the mid-twentieth-century modern/New England style hybrid in a sensitive, responsive manner, while enhancing the relationship with the country/lake site.