“The design needed to allow each group enough privacy and independence so that the home would meet their needs regardless of how many people were under its roof at a given time,” Lewis said. Architectural white stucco and tongue and grove cedar comprise the siding, and Cambridge architectural asphalt shingles from IKO cover the roof.
Three generations, each with its own tastes and schedules, needed to share one address. To make this possible, designer Deana Lewis of DOODL created three floors with distinct adult- and kid-friendly spaces that would be flexible over time. Broom-finished concrete on the walkway and steps lead up to a front door painted Benjamin Moore’s Electric Orange—a color inspired by a wine bottle’s label.
“[The mother’s] suite has direct access to its own patio and has its own small sitting and living area that she can enjoy privately, and the master suite has a balcony that [the daughter and her partner] can enjoy at their leisure,” Lewis said. White metal-clad vinyl windows by Lux Windows and Glass unify the various spaces.