The Steward House Yale Medicine
This is a 7,500 sf Colonial house that Richard Turlington Architects Inc designed for a private out of pocket paying client. The project is for Yale Medicine and is a supervised transitional program for 8 patients. This specialized program required the clinical program to be concealed within tucked away spaces so the overall residential appearance was not altered and the patients are granted extraordinary privacy. The house boasts a grand entry stair and a 2 story opening to a rear balcony and stair, en suite bathrooms, walk-in closets, a large kitchen staffed with a chef open to a large family room, a rear bluestone terrace and a leisure area complete with gym equipment and pool table. The interior furnishings include wool area rugs, masculine leather furniture and contrasting bright fabric upholstery. The overall look is an eclectic country style home for a discerning patient population in a stately home and designed to provide personalized psychological and medical treatment that promotes personal growth and is responsive to professional issues that often complicate treatment.