Architect for the restoration of an 1850's house in the Carpenter Gothic style, a new addition and new carriage house. The design reconfigures the interior spaces and circulation. Honoring the original structure through the use of materials and detailing, while updating the envelope and energy systems to meet 21st century standards. This project was constructed by North River Builders of Concord Massachusetts. Photographs are by Nile Ziemba.
Architect for garage, workshop, recreation room and painting studio. This building replaces an aging barn which was salvaged for timbers, doors, windows and hardware and incorporated into the new structure. Contractor: Maine Post & Beam, Flooring: Long Leaf Lumber, Photos: Aaron Flacke
Extensive renovations create a whole new sense of space and connection to nature. Decorated to the "nines" by Christine Slader, the building also got extensive upgrades in a super insulated shell and innovative heating solutions. The project builder was Rising Tide Construction.