The restaurant Just Right Farm juxtaposes a contemporary space with a rural 300 year old farmstead. Letting the farm itself be the driving force, we built a dining room as open to the surrounding green space as possible.
The high screened walls offer a view of gardens, forest and the circa 1729 cape that houses the kitchen.
The spare interior, softly lit with antique oil lamps, was designed to fall away as the evening deepens. The high, sharply pitched ceiling gives a sense of elegant shelter while the rest of the structure virtually disappears, leaving a tableau of a dinner party floating in a rural summer’s evening, where fireflies are common, the call of coyotes not unusual.