In case you’ve frolicked in Provincetown in the previous couple of a long time, you understand about Ciro Cozzi. An artist, bon vivant, and c0-owner of Ciro & Sal’s Restaurant, he was a beloved determine on the town (when he died in 2013, Anthony Bourdain tweeted “RIP Ciro Cozzi, my first actual boss of bosses in way back Provincetown, Mass.”). For years he lived together with his household in a rambling residence consisting of three constructions cobbled collectively, the entrance a “float-over” from Lengthy Level, a mid 19th century part, and a grand Colonial Revival addition.
When an area couple purchased the home after Ciro’s demise, his nephew Philip Cozzi of Hein + Cozzi, the Provincetown design agency, took the lead. In keeping with Philip’s spouse and accomplice Kristin Hein, “Philip was the spirit information—he spent, or misspent—each summer time of his teenage years housed within the attic together with his miscreant cousins, working at his uncle’s restaurant.
“When it got here to restoration, we have been all aligned in honoring the house by holding the prevailing foot print in addition to all unique beams and millwork. The duty at hand was to replace the requirements: loos, kitchens, and lighting.” Kristin imbued the house with “a moody but masculine colour palette,” as she calls it. “We used Farrow & Ball’s ‘Mole’s Breath’ as a typical thread for millwork and trim, ‘Railings’ (a darkish blue-black) for all doorways, and ‘Pavilion Gray/Clunch’ on partitions and ceilings. Window remedies have been saved easy: tough burlap material held on boat cleats, sheerer in public areas and thicker in bedrooms, and wood venetian blinds with black tape in halls and loos.”
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Pictures by Justine Hand.
Above: The outside is painted “Winter Sky” from Wonderful Paints of Europe, and the door and trim is “Railings” from Farrow & Ball. The blackened copper Ravenspoint Lanterns are from The City Electrical Firm. Above: The extensive planked unique King wooden pine flooring have been refinished to tone down the yellow, “It was a gaggle experiment,” Kristin says. “We ended up utilizing one half Rustoleum Sunbleached to half an element Minwax White Wash, after which we completed with Bona HD Visitors Business Further Matte.” Above: Philip and Kristin mounted an oar as handrail, including a touch of colour to the entryway. Above: The grouse linen “Trophy Heads” wall sculpture over the fireside is by Truro, MA, artist Breon Dunigan. Above: “We needed to open up a aspect entrance to get the grand piano in the home,” Kristin says. The partitions are painted in Farrow & Ball’s “Pavilion Grey,” and the trim and millwork is Farrow & Ball “Mole’s Breath.” The small portray is by Provincetown artist John Dowd. The linen curtain material is from Rogers & Goffigon.
Above: “The pine cabinetry was sanded and left uncooked and pure,” Kristin says. The Clear Jug Pendant is from Cisco. Above: The backsplash is tiled in 6-by-6-inch Subway Tile in khaki from Heritage Tile. The counters are soapstone and the vary is from Thermidor. Above: The ceramic pendant is unique to the home. Above: The glass vase is from John Derian’s Provincetown store. Above: “We saved the window remedies easy, in step with the informality of the fishing village of Provincetown,” Kristin says. Above: A bed room papered in Farrow & Ball’s Silvergate Above: The curtain material is Exbury Flax from J. Samuel. Above: The wall-mounted Vero sink is from Duravit and the tub fixtures are Waterworks Highgate in brass.
Above: A wall of home windows filters considerable daylight into the studio. Above: Kitchen colanders function lighting fixtures and date to Ciro Cozzi’s period.
For extra Provincetown tasks by Hein + Cozzi, see:
Out at Sea: A Shipshape Renovation in Provincetown by Hein+Cozzi
Low-Key Luxurious: The New Outdated Homestead in Provincetown
Earlier than & After: A New Cape Cod Backyard for the Outdated Homestead in Provincetown