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JW Construction's Elite Service Division
Posted Dec 3 at 3:28 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Built by JW Construction JW Construction's Elite Service Division was created to help clients with tasks involved in caring for their primary residences and vacation homes. JW Construction has designed a preventative maintenance plan that protects their clients' property and provides peace of mind.    As a member of JW Construction's Elite Service, clients will have 24/7 access to priority...
Maine Escape
Posted Nov 19 at 1:34 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
While many Bostonians escape the summer heat and head south to the islands or the Cape, some choose to go north. Maine has become an attractive destination for those who want to steal away from the hustle and bustle of the city and to get closer to the natural scenery of the East Coast. For interior designer Anthony Catalfano, Maine was the ideal location for him to built his model summer getaway...
8.6-Million Home by Sanford Custom Builders, Jan Gleysteen & The MacDowell Company
Posted Nov 16 at 3:31 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Rendering from BostonCommon-Magazine.com Now's your chance to collaborate with Marc Kaplan of Sanford Custom Homes, Jan Gleysteen Architect, and landscape architect The MacDowell Company on an $8.6-million new construction in Weston, Massachusetts.    The property is located at 441 Glen Road in Weston, MA. The home will be 12,000-square-feet with six bedrooms. Contact Amy Mizner and Sheryl Simon...
Weekend Photo Roundup: November 14 & 15
Posted Nov 16 at 1:20 PM in News by Anonymous
Photo from BostonMagazine.com Check out what the Boston Design Guide community was up to this past weekend. To have your posts featured next week, use #BostonDesign. Patrick Ahearn was featured by Boston Magazine in "Beautiful Homes of Wellesley Farms Reflects a Bygone Era: A Photo Gallery." Ahearn has worked on over 100 architectural projects in the Wellesley area.      Morehouse MacDonald...
10 Perfect Dining Rooms for Entertaining
Posted Nov 11 at 3:23 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Oak Hill Architects During the holiday season, the dining room takes center stage as the heart of the home. Now is the time to take full advantage of this often-underused room to entertain family and friends. Here are 10 beautiful dining rooms that will inspire you to make the most of this space.  You can't go wrong with a traditional, formal dining room. Oak Hill Architects designed the space...
Barn Dance
Posted Nov 6 at 10:26 AM in Inspiring Projects by Sandy Giardi
LDa Architecture & Interiors; photo by Woodruff/Brown Architectural Photography From rustic to chic, traditionally used or repurposed—or somewhere in between—we’ve corralled seven inspired uses for the all-American architectural style.     With its post-and-beam simplicity and organic appeal, it’s hard to deny the allure of a beautiful barn. The pastoral structures have a kinship with the...
Featured Project: Professors' Row Renovation by Aamodt/Plumb Architects
Posted Nov 5 at 1:50 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
Aamodt/Plumb Architects recently transformed a Cambridge shingle-style home into a modern gallery that allows its homeowners, two Harvard professors, to display their art, artifacts, and other beautiful collected items.    Aamodt/Plumb Architects gutted the kitchen, lifted the ceiling and opened an exterior wall up to the garden. The result is a minimalist kitchen space that feels bright and airy...
Nicholaeff Architecture + Design and Patrick Ahearn Named on List of Top 50 Coastal Architects
Posted Nov 3 at 3:13 PM in Events by Anonymous
Ocean Home recently announced their Ocean Home 50, a list of the best of the best in coastal architecture firms. Nicholaeff Architecture + Design and Patrick Ahearn Architect were included on the prestigious list. Nicholaeff Architecture + Design has built their philosophy on the belief that a home should be emotive, warm, inviting, beautiful and inspired.    Summer home on Little Pleasant Bay,...
Horner Millwork Planning $7 Million Expansion
Posted Nov 3 at 2:55 PM in Inspiring Projects by Anonymous
A recent project by Horner Millwork, Cooper Stairworks and Nicholaeff Architecture + Design Horner Millwork is planning a $7 million expansion that will include new buildings and equipment, as well as a solar facility that will reduce the company's electricity usage by 90%.    “We’ve been waiting for the market to turn a little bit until we made this commitment. We’ve decided to stay in Somerset...
PRISM Award-Winning Country House
Posted Oct 20 at 10:35 AM in Events by Anonymous
When Morehouse MacDonald & Associates began the work for designing a Country House in the suburbs of Boston, their client made it clear that they did not want a “cookie cutter” house. They wanted a home that was distinct, but would still blend into its surroundings.   Morehouse MacDonald found the answer in an Arts & Crafts aesthetic, one that values honest materials and craftsmanship...

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