This one-story bungalow gets its name from the linear layout of the interior spaces. Strung between two “wings”, the connected spaces  allow views all the way through the house from the front and rear decks. These decks allow almost every space in the house to feel much larger and to blur the boundary between interior and exterior.


Though well suited to coastal or level sites, a multi-post foundation system allows the structure to be adapted to a wide range of different terrains. The deep roof overhangs, structural insulated panel construction, and “rainscreen” exterior finish allow the house to achieve high energy-savings ratings, and the panelized construction can easily be prefabricated and shipped to the site, ready for assembly.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY:  "We had a great experience working with Michael Lewis and his team on the first phase of our renovation project and will work with them again on the second half, too. Michael created a beautiful design for our bedroom-addition that corrected a decades-old renovation and produced an end result that fits seamlessly into the original Dutch Colonial style. We really appreciated the time that he and the team took to understand our goals and work with us in shaping the design. And their assistance in selecting a contractor and managing the renovation process has been invaluable. We highly recommend the firm."

—  Jesse Perrin, Owner



Westchester Architect