Five of the best houses in Connecticut on Dezeen

Five of the best houses in Connecticut on Dezeen

Connecticut is the focus of this week's roundup of American houses, where our favourites include a bright red artist's studio overlooking Long Island Sound and an affordable dwelling in New Haven designed by Yale architecture students (+ slideshow).


Red Barn by Roger Ferris and Partners

Red Barn by Roger Ferris and Partners

Roger Ferris + Partners has built an artist's studio and residence clad with bright red siding on a Connecticut estate. Find out more about Red Barn »


House in Connecticut II by Toshiko Mori

House in Connecticut II by Toshiko Mori

New York architect Toshiko Mori has renovated and extended a building originally designed by famed Modernist architect Marcel Breuer as a personal residence, connecting two structures with a glass-enclosed staircase. Find out more about House II »


Wononscopomuc Residence by Allee Architecture and Design

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Lush greenery tops one half of this three-bedroom residence on the shore of Connecticut's Lake Wononscopomuc, which local studio Allee Architecture and Design created as two separate parts. Find out more about Wononscopomuc Residence »


Bridge House by Joeb Moore and Partners

Bridge House by Joeb Moore and Partners

The living and dining rooms of this house overlooking a river valley are contained in a timber-clad box raised up by concrete buttresses. Find out more about Bridge House »


Affordable House in New Haven by Yale School of Architecture graduates

Affordable House in New Haven by Yale graduate students

Graduate students at the Yale School of Architecture have designed and built a contemporary family home in a low-income neighbourhood in New Haven. Find out more about Affordable House in New Haven »