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Step Inside a Connecticut Modern Farmhouse That’s Secretly 300 Years Old (www.architecturaldigest.com)

Like so many modern relationships, the New Canaan, Connecticut–based architecture firm Brooks & Falotico and their soon-to-be client, Tyler Mitchell, met through social media. Mitchell, a partner and co-owner of Mitchells, his family’s generations-old retail business, and his wife stumbled upon an über-contemporary project by Brooks & Falotico on Pinterest. Only a few weeks later, Mitchell invited managing partner Vince Falotico and one of the firm’s partners, Chuck Willette, to walk their eight-acre former dairy farm in Greenwich, Connecticut.

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