This project is an addition to the “High Brewster Inn,” a beloved local landmark with a history dating back to its origin as the 1738 “Nathaniel Winslow House,” which is on the National Register. In deference to the historic nature of this property, the antique house was preserved and only non-historic “additions” (i.e. commercial kitchen and bar) were demolished. The new addition was designed primarily to provide a single, open, kitchen/dining and family gathering space with a master bedroom suite above. Several smaller spaces for quiet reading and study were planned to maintain the quiet, retreat-like nature of the home and are intentionally of similar scale to the historic rooms in the main house. The design includes some hidden, unexpected features to be discovered and experienced as they might be in an old house.