A large stone wall runs through this redesigned home in Connecticut

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

 

This home in Stonington, Connecticut, was originally designed during World War II (1945) by architect John Lincoln, a former senior architect for the Navy at Quonset Point, a professor of architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design, and the inventor of the Quonset Hut.

 

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

The task of renovating the home was given to architecture firm Joeb Moore & Partners.

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

Situated on a small stone ledge, between 300 feet of waterfront and a large meadow, the home received a contemporary update, while still keeping some of the original features..

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

A blackened steel wall with wooden shelves has been inspired by the industrial heritage of the Quonset.

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

An original stone granite wall runs throughout the home.

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

The living area of the home has been raised from the surrounding kitchen and dining room.

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

The dining room and kitchen share the same space.

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

A large shelving unit lines a walkway in the home.

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

 Stonington Residence by Joeb Moore & Partners

Photography by David Sundberg | Esto

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