Mid-Century Modern House Renovation by BassamFellows
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Mid-Century Modern House Renovation by BassamFellows

Originally designed in 1955 by noted modernist architect Willis N. Mills, creatively renovated by founders of BassamFellows, Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows, this four-bedroom, 390 sqm mid-century house filled with light from the many tall floor-to-ceiling windows.

Architects: Craig Bassam, Scott Fellows / BassamFellows, Willis Mills
Location: New Canaan, Connecticut, USA
Photography: Mark Seelen

Bassam Fellows residence Exteriors

Bassam Fellows residence floor-to-ceiling windows

Bassam Fellows residence living area fireplace

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Inspiration from architect:

Renovate an architecturally significant and pedigreed mid-century modern house near the famed Glass House. Return house to its former design integrity by adding back details stripped during previous insensitive renovations. Re-plan living areas to create larger rooms and improved interior flow. Upgrade exterior landscaping to take advantage of stunning natural setting and indoor/outdoor living. Elevate materials and finishes commensurate with its luxury location.


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