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Newport, RI

James Cullion Architects worked closely with the Marcuvitz family to fulfill their dream in the creation of this new 13,000 square foot waterside residence and guest house that honors “traditional” Newport architecture.

The shape of the house, which bends to the curve of the street, helps to contain the crescent shaped entry courtyard on the public side of the house while opening up the private side of the house to water views.

Interior spaces often have 2 or 3 exterior exposures that fill the house with light and the nearby ocean breezes. The guesthouse and garage are separated from the main body of the house for family privacy and are connected to the main house by a bridge.

The highest quality building materials were used in the construction of the house to insure longevity and low maintenance costs over the years to come.

Marcuvitz Residence featured in Beautiful Homes Magazine: NEWS