Remixing the gabled shed, this relaxed and refined summer home opens up to shoreline views.
Just south of Cape Cod on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, a Boston–based family wanted to build a summer retreat next to the shoreline. They turned to Anmahian Winton Architects for a cedar-clad retreat whose two shed buildings tip their hat to the setting’s agrarian roots.
The two gabled sheds comprising the home are separated by a glazed entryway, creating distinct areas: a sleeping “shed” that houses three guest bedrooms and a master suite, and the living spaces and large covered porch in the other volume.
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