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KOEHLER RESIDENCE

Built by an active retired couple to be used several months of the year as retreat, the small house engages the Bay of Fundy’s large and rugged landscape, 57 acres and a mile of rocky coastline. The construction materials, stone, glass, wood, aluminum and stainless steel, resist the caustic marine environment. In high winds, stiffened floor plates resist lateral load, allowing the building envelope to be largely composed of glass. The retreat is designed to slow the activities of every day life which are then permeated by the presence of the uninterrupted ocean horizon.

New Brunswick, Canada

2003 AIA MN Honor Award

2002 Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award

2002 AIA Honor Award

Casas International: Houses by the Sea – 2011

Building New Brunswick – 2008

At Home by the Sea – 2008

24 Maisons Ed Bord De Mer – 2007

Enlace (Mexico) – Jul 2006

A+U (Japan) – Mar 2006

Modern House 3 – 2005

Designing with Glass: Great Glass Buildings – 2004

Abstract (Belgium) – May/June 2002

Dwell – Aug 2001

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