The Cooper Residence is a residence designed by Gwathmey-Siegel at Orleans, Massachusetts, exactly in a knoll with an access from the north of the building. The residence built in 1968 to 1969 for a family with four daughters. The building requirement is on a peninsula, with panoramic views of both the bay and ocean beyond.

The other requirement is to separate the parents’ master bedroom suite from the children’s bedrooms and also to build a separate garage and boat storage structure. The interior design is impressive, with modern style of the building, Gwathmey also made the rooms like merge with the scene outside. It’s because the big windows all the building.

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