Year built: 1999
Square feet: 4,038
Baths: 2 full
Taxes: $10,759 (2017)
After roughly 18 years of stewardship, Nancy Skolos and Tom Wedell, educators at the Rhode Island School of Design, are downsizing and selling the distinctive modern house they had built near Blue Hills Reservation.
In a neighborhood of Colonials, Victorians, and farmhouses, their 4,038-square-foot home is a series of boxes wrapped in copper-colored aluminum, shiny steel, and walls of opaque fiberglass panel that mimic shoji screens.
“The design is a series of cubes, oriented along a central north/south axis in such a way that the sun moves through the home’s spaces in the sequence in which they are occupied throughout the day,’’ the design firm, Hutker Architects, notes on its website. “Translucent Kalwall panels and anodized metal create light play throughout the home’s interior spaces, while full height windows invite frequent interactions with the home’s incredible natural setting.’’
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