David - Principal CCO Habitats
David Vynerib is the Founder and Principal of CCO Habitats. He has lived in Westport, CT for fifteen years with his wife and three children; taking on the responsibility to maintain the character of the town where his family resides. David's passion for renovation and building is reflected through his thorough work and clear vision.
Adriano – Principal - LJP Contractors
Adriano Longo’s experience also hits the over 20-year mark and has been partnered with Junior Valdo since LJP’s inception. His dedication to efficiency is reflected in the maintenance of their comprehensive management system. His approach and attention to detail allows the client’s expectations to not only be met, but continually exceeded.
Junior- Principal - LJP Contractors
Junior Valdo established LJP in 1999 and has been in the Construction Industry for over twenty years. His efficiency and professionalism is in the forefront of his mind and prides himself on unparalleled flexibility when working with his clients. Regardless of the project, his clients experience his focus and commitment in producing only the best quality workmanship.
CCO Habitat’s focus with this property was to seamlessly marry design with an intuitive physical flow throughout the home.
On the first floor, an effort was made to tie in a wood panel accent beginning in the mud room, repeating along the dry bar wall and finally on the rear face of the kitchen island. The result was a subconscious feel of cohesion from the entry way to the place where families congregate most; the kitchen.
"This is really “a California contemporary-style house with a warm Connecticut vibe - open and casual, light and bright, with a killer first floor master suite,” according to the listing agent, who further defines the house as “comfortable sophistication.” Most of the house is on one level but there is a second floor in one section that holds two of the bedrooms.
Before its transformation this house comprised a bunch of dark rooms. Its new incarnation has an open, flexible floor plan with lots of natural light and five bedrooms scattered throughout the home; “perfect for the buyer not looking for a traditional box,” the realtor said."
By Meg Barone - Westport News
"This often admired, unique Compo beach home has been gutted to the studs and rebuilt with today's taste and design standards, while keeping the charm and character of a bygone era. Wideboard antique flooring, exposed beams and brick blend beautifully with new cabinetry, marble countertops and state of the art appliances.