The Captain Eldridge House in Hyannis, MA, was designed, in association with Korobkin Jahan Associates and Zeisel Research, to enable residents, who are generally frail, elderly people, to live as independently as possible. Offering privacy to the residents, there are twenty separate apartments; each containing a bed/sitting room, kitchenette, and half bath. On the ground floor, there are a number of rooms where residents meet and socialize. The house won a Governor's Design Award and a "Homes for Better Living Award," sponsored by the A.I.A. and Housing Magazine.