Millerton Residence
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  SUSTAINABLE FEATURES:  -Active Solar (100% electric usage) -Passive Solar -Certified sustainable materials -Recycled materials-tiles, stones -Grey Water Recycling -Rainwater collection-cisterns -Passive air-conditioning -House designed on 4’ grid to minimize construction waste
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 FEATURED IN:   Magazines:  Modern Living (Japan) – September 2004 Stylowy Dom (Poland) – 2003 Inspired House (Taunton) – March 2004 Fine Homebuilding (cover) – April 2006 Metropolitan Home – September 2006 Berkshire Living (cover) – June 2006 New York House – June 2007 Connecticut Cottages and Gardens – January 2008 Fine Gardening – February 2010 Martha Stewart Living – March 2010 Design New England – November 2017 Gardens Illustrated - September 2018   Books:  Dreaming Green – Lisa Sharkey & Paul Gleicher (Potter)- Published November 2008 Great Gardens of the Berkshires – Virginia Small (Down East)- Published 2008 Private Gardens of Connecticut – Jane Garmey (Monacelli Press)- Published October 2010

Millerton, NY

Gertler & Wente Architects designed this residence in Millerton, New York with a focus on sustainable design. To be used as a weekend home, it was designed to take advantage of long distance rural views as well as integration with the architect-designed gardens. Special attention was given to the amount and quality of natural light.

Photography by Jack Hyland, Marion Brenner, and Julian Olivas