Project: Rolfe Beach Cabin
Architecture: Sullivan Conard Architects
Interior Design: Rocky Rochon
Photography: Ben Benschnieder
Project Description: Complete renovation of existing 1920’s 1200 sq. ft. beach cabin, including demolition of entire home, with only stone fireplace and exterior walls and blue tiled bathroom remaining.
Programmatic Issues: Create enlarged, open public areas, create two separate bedroom Suites, open public areas to maximize water views and access to private area with new hot tub. Update all electrical and plumbing.
Design Concept: Vintage 1920’s beach, eclectic, artistic, cozy, innovative
Design Solution: Demolish existing interior walls and enlarge living room/dining area into an adjacent seating area with french doors to expand view and create access to the private new hot tub. Design full height bookcases and re-panel all walls in recycled weathered wood, Design new coffered ceilings with tongue and groove wood panels and add new wood paneling to match the scale of the recycled paneling and paint, recycle kitchen cabinets and juxtapose with new cabinets design in a vintage/traditional manor. Furniture, art and accessories are a mix of new, vintage, antique, to create the effect of a timeless, collected, artistic, cozy cabin.