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Hadley Residence

Process—————23 January 2012

Construction will begin this month on a new house in Arlington designed by the Studio. Located in a neighborhood of small pillbox homes built in the 1930s, the new residence will take its massing cues from this residential context. The massing will mimic the original pillbox form. Unlike the other homes in the neighborhood, the house will be rotated ninety degrees to take advantage of the narrow, deep site. With walls of windows at the short ends of the house, the pillbox form is reinterpreted to a modern home. The Hadley residence will feature geothermal heating and sustainable landscaping.

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