This home was completed in August of 2018. It began with combining two lots, demo of a 3 season camp and numerous sketches over a 3 year design period. It is now the full-time residence of the owners who are successful local small business owners.
total size: 3,500sf
This to be built home began the design process in the fall of 2018. It is slated to begin construction summer 2019. Significant features include the expansive great room windows, the large fireplace, screened porch and open kitchen plan.
total size: 4,000sf
New Hampshire Mountainside Home
This modest mountain top home utilizes a portion of the previous homes footprint. It captures long range views into VT while keeping a modest scale and composition.
Simple details and an organic color palette make the home warm and inviting.
This work was completed with UK Architects, Chris Kennedy, AIA
Enfield East sits on a 5 acre plot of slopping land along busy route 4. The plan is to provide market rate town homes carefully sited to take advantage of views and daylight. The project is currently looking for interested investment partners.
60's New England Redo
This simple 60’s home was in need of a facelift, energy refit and a floorpan change. Once construction began rot was found throughout and the owners dove into a full gut and remodel.
Increased sf, a new entry mudroom, great room and back deck add immensely to this renovated home.
Rail Trail Lofts
Rail Trail Lofts is in downtown Enfield, NH building lot that currently has an old garage, it is massively under utilized. This project sites much needed housing along the Rail Trail, a heavily trafficked recreational walkway connecting many nearby towns. Amenities include mudrooms, storage, energy efficient systems, covered parking, loft space, full size kitchens and in unit laundry.
Project is slatted to start construction in the Fall of 2019. Contact me for potential investment or perspective leasing information
First Branch Coffee House
Design work began in 2017 for this interior fit out for a coffee shop and a beer tasting counter. The project required a change of use from business to assembly. To accomplish that the building had to get numerous upgrades chiefly a sprinkler system throughout.
For the coffee shop itself rework of entry and exit points, a new kitchen facility, offices, restrooms, restaurant seating and points of sale were incorporated. The result has been fantastic and well received by the community.
This project was completed with Sloane Mayor, AIA.
This hilltop residence designed in 2017 mimics a renovated or converted barn. Although tall it engages the landscape with the form by stepping down the hill. It’s meant to be simple, rustic but engaging. It remains unbuilt but could certainly be suited to a future client and site.
This large lake home has my stand out features that enhance function for a large family to enjoy. Multiple great rooms, game rooms, large bedrooms for childcare, bunk spaces, two kitchens, multiple deck spaces and patios and much more. After generations of seasonal lake living the client wished to build a year round focal point for all to enjoy and come and go. A great ambition, a huge undertaking and its shaping up wonderfully. Completion is slated for August 2019
My thesis work culminating in the award of my masters degree in architecture from Rhode Island School of Design was an exciting and transformative experience. My exploration focused upon New England vernacular work with a particular interest in elements of heaviness, framing and enclosure.
The selected drawings below explore a log mill and craft community I designed for the Knox River in Enfield, NH.
This small home constructed in the Berkshire mountains was done on a tight budget on a sloping rural hillside. It’s program was simple and it incorporates a guest room/library, open kitchen living and dining, a mechanical room/workshop, entry and a master suite. Future work will include a screen porch on the far right end as well as a green roof over the master wing.
This work was completed with Watershed Studio Architecture, Daniel Johnson AIA
This medium size rural Vermont home has many exciting and eccentric design features. From glass corner windows, to curved walls, to log posts and even custom entry glazing.
Ever details as labored over and the results show. It’s extremely energy efficient with high R value walls, a masonry stove and solar hot water.
This work was completed with Watershed Studio Architects, Daniel Johnson AIA.