BDG Cape & Islands 2020

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Boston Design Guide Cape & Islands Edition 2019. Your Luxury Home Resource Guide for Cape Cod and the Islands.

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CONTENTS

12 From the Publisher

26 Grounded!

Architect Jill Neubauer’s structures are soulful,

memorable and deeply rooted in site

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Rise UP

A renovation safeguards the future of a beloved

summer cottage

A Place In The Sun

A contemporary farmhouse in Chilmark

demands much of its builder

60 High Tide

A Shingle Style rises above the bay to capture

incredible views

66 Craft Bar

Fresh from the sea, a repurposed boat makes a

splash as an in-home watering hole

82 Summer Central

A rustic pool barn and pool rewrite Cape Cod

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CAPE & ISLANDS EDITION

BOSTON DESIGN GUIDE

PUBLISHER

Melanie Perillo

EDITOR

Sandy Giardi

DESIGN DIRECTOR

Rob Silsby

DIGITAL DIRECTOR

Kathleen Parente

Leave it all behind!

They say that when you head to the Cape and Islands you leave your worries at the

bridge. Whether you’re stealing just a night or two or spending the entire summer,

I have found that to be the case. There’s something about the fragrant air, lapping

tides and expanses of ocean that’s comforting and rejuvenating.

Many of the professionals within these pages speak of how fortunate they are to

be living and working in a locale with a culture that is made for relaxing, enjoying,

gathering and celebrating. I would add that the rest of us are lucky, too, because

we get to relax, enjoy, gather and celebrate in settings etched with their talent

and hard work.

This issue, I believe, is a tribute to the breadth of ingenuity and level of

sophistication of professionals within the home design field on the Cape and

Islands. From traditional coastal cottages—some 100 years old, others brand

new—to modern homes in Chilmark’s rural farmland or among the trees by a

saltwater pond—there is no shortage of inspiration. We feature settings where

memories are made; we take you poolside to a rustic, family-friendly barn (pg. 82),

belly up to a handcrafted nautical bar (pg. 66) and to the summertime seat of a

multigenerational family (pg. 38). We even journey to the woods within a dining

room space and in the great outdoors for a “glamp” adventure (pg. 26).

As always, we owe a huge debt of gratitude to the homeowners who kindly let us

into their spaces and shared their stories, giving us all a moment of pause to bask

in their one-of-a-kind settings.

And while I know that when it’s time to leave, worries likely await on the other side

of the bridge, it is my hope, that just maybe, your days on the Cape have sent

them packing....

Happy summer!

Melanie Perillo, Publisher

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Above: Lucky Pines’ warm

kitchen, stairway and library use

the trees of the land outside;

the office also integrates white

birch brought from Neubauer’s

land in Vermont. Built by Miller

Starbuck Construction; landscape

architecture by Stephen Stimson

Associates. Right: The landscape

outside the wide panes of glass

is an extension of the “wooded”

dining room at Gunning Point.

Site super Andrew Murphy of

Cape Associates was critical

to the team, and had a cando

attitude when tackling the

“leaning trees.” The family

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Gunning Point photography: Peter Vanderwarker

GROUNDED!

Architect Jill Neubauer’s structures are soulful,

memorable and deeply rooted in site.

When asked what appeals most to her about modern

architecture, architect Jill Neubauer of Jill Neubauer

Architects, Inc. answers slowly, “Modern architecture is

responsive.” There’s a freedom to it, a fearlessness in

thinking beyond the safety of a traditional four walls, maybe

even a responsibility. “Modern means opening yourself up

to the site, to the possibilities, to the earth and the sun, to

everything,” she says poetically. And bringing it in.

Her own home, Lucky Pines (pictured left), absolutely

reflects its site, its owner and her memories. Growing

up, Neubauer spent portions of each summer at her

grandparents’ log cabin in the Northwest woods of

Wisconsin. The cottage was built from trees that were

felled right there, not unlike Lucky Pines. When she

bought the land, it was wooded with “magnificent white

pine.” Most of the trees could be protected, but those

that couldn’t were cut, dried and incorporated within the

building as the structural system. On the home’s exterior,

a huge column tree supports the shed-style roof, while

inside, the kitchen and hall are crafted in knotty white pine.

There is “a direct connection between the trees and the

home,” explains Neubauer. “It’s literal.”

Her Gunning Point project, a joint effort with landscape

architect Bernice Wahler of Bernice Wahler Landscapes

and built by Cape Associates, is more abstract, and a

thoughtful expression of the power of the landscape.

Located on the banks of a salt pond, with a profusion

of trees filtering the water views, the site proved

challenging. Early on, Wahler and Neubauer considered

the relationship of the land to the circulation of the home.


“It’s not about luxury

or scale, it’s all about

family and repetition and

memorable spaces.”

—Jill Neubauer

Glamp photography: Meredith Hunnibell

Jill Neubauer Architects’ glamps have a

structured frame with a tent that zips on

and off made by Denver Tent Company. The

architect can have one built in about three

months’ time. Their look depends on the

narrative, but there is always a deck. Bernice

Wahler worked on the site for the glamp

pictured below left. As a child, she was always

building forts in the woods, so working on this

structure with Neubauer took her back. She

was involved in siting it, creating a naturalized

path and developing a management plan for

invasives, such as poison ivy, to support the

tent’s function in the landscape.


After discovering that the building wasn’t delivering the

vistas they wanted from key indoor spaces, they navigated

the conservation permit process to “push the house as

far as we could on the naturalized area,” says Wahler,

and give it an “intimate relationship to the coastal bank.”

Wahler stitched the home into its site, playing up the “tree

house-like structure,” she says. Neubauer developed

this refrain within the home, bringing the forest inside as

supporting columns—some upright, some leaning—for

the dining room in a peaceful, directly relatable way. The

design doesn’t mimic the terrain; it cuts to its essence and

crystallizes it.

Sometimes, rather than welcoming the outside in,

Neubauer takes her designs outside, in the form of

“glamps,” a term that mixes glamour with camp denoting

tented structures conceived for communing with

nature. For 30 years, Neubauer has collected images of

magnificent tents ranging from those of the desert of Arab

cultures to safari tents to those dripping with modern-day

elegance à la Ralph Lauren. She has been “watching them,

and longing for them,” she shares, and, after occupying

one in Moab, Utah, she went home and made one. Today,

she designs them for summer homes and grandchild

spaces, in all shapes and sizes. Complete with real linen

and beds, bureaus, lamps and/or candles, “glamps are the

most memorable guest bedroom that anyone can stay in,”

she says.

Tucked within the terrain far enough from the main house

to be an adventure, Neubauer’s glamps are proof that

one’s experiences don’t end at the wall of a house. “It’s the

entire site,” she underscores. “That’s an amazing thing, so

let’s use it.”


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Asoft blue waterline remains prominently

featured in the dining room of a Gambrel

home nestled within a historic, picturesque

village in Falmouth, surrounded by the sea

on three sides. Painted by young decorative

arts painter Ralph Cahoon, who came to be a noted

Cape Cod luminary, the rhythmic detail marks the

level of saltwater that the Great Hurricane of 1938 sent

coursing through the cottage. The artistic flourish is

more than a visual reminder of the home’s history and

the September 21st storm, it is also an emblem of the

summer home’s fortitude and heart.

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The sturdy structure, an 1890s stable converted to a summer dormitory for

seasonal workers and later a private home in 1928, has been in the hands

of only two families in 100 years. Overlooking a half-acre pond, a skipping

stone’s distance from the ocean, the cottage was situated in an idyllic but

precarious setting within a recognized floodplain. It sustained damage when

Hurricane Carol came calling in the ’50s, and water flooded the crawl space

under the home during Hurricane Bob. Still it endured. And when it came

time for its current owners to modernize what had come to be ground zero

for their family for decades, they too would call upon their fighting spirit.

When the second wave of owners purchased it in 1983, the house was

largely in its original condition. It hadn’t had heat since its cast-iron radiators

were ravaged in 1938; it possessed basic bathtubs but no showers; and its

wooden double-hung windows swelled open or shut with the thick, seaside

humidity. While the new residents updated the kitchen and baths, repaired

the windows and removed the Homasote (a paper-based wallboard relic

from its days as a stable), the house remained an old-school Cape Cod

summer cottage for decades. It was shut down every October, the water

turned off and furniture draped with white sheets, and reopened Memorial

Day, when the weather warmed again and an eagerly-awaited summer

season would begin anew.

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Safeguarding the future of a

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summer cottage by the sea

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The dining room, which is original to the home, is enhanced by

a hand-painted waterline by Ralph Cahoon. The detail has been

carefully preserved every time the room is painted—a fine artist’s

brush is required to paint around the line.

In 2013, under the care of the next generation, the family

made plans for a multi-phased renovation of the home to

comply with FEMA building limits. C.H. Newton Builders,

Inc. began by reframing the windows and installing

hurricane-grade Marvin windows throughout the core of

the home and reshingling the central portion of the home

and the roof. Phase two would begin in 2015 when the

homeowners and builder would craft a new kitchen better

suited to the family’s casual summer lifestyle and update

the garage and porch wings.

It was at this point that David Newton, Chairman and

CEO of C.H. Newton Builders, strongly recommended

raising the home. Its position in the floodplain would

leave their new kitchen vulnerable to ruin during a flood,

and seasonal heat and moisture issues were a certainty.

Initially, the homeowners opposed elevating the home,

fearing it would ruin its character, but, ultimately, they

trusted Newton and enlisted the help of Paul Weber of

Paul Weber Architect to find a design solution. Suddenly, a

simple kitchen remodel became a massive endeavor.

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Left to right: A newly designed front entry facing the street

features a Dutch door. The living room of the home stayed

intact. It is laden with horizontal beadboard, wrapped

beams and “about 100 years’ worth of paint,” laughs

Weber. Fir floors run throughout the living spaces. Left: The

homeowner designed this custom coastal kitchen with Paul

Weber and Toby Leary Fine Woodworking.

To accommodate present-day federal flood zone

mandates, the home would not only be raised, it would

be moved some 30 feet back from the pond, closer to

the street. This relocation would remove the cottage

from the high velocity hurricane zone and reduce the

required height increase to nine feet. At this point, the

homeowners were faced with a code catch-22; satisfying

FEMA’s requirement would make the roofline surpass

the town height restriction by two feet. Meanwhile,

they also learned that the new design would require

approval by the Historic Commission. Preserving the

family cottage now meant enduring a two-year process

of appeals, waivers and approvals from three entities: the

Building Commission, the Historic Commission and the

Conservation Commission.

It would have been far easier to tear down the summer

cottage and begin anew, but this home was worth saving.

It was more than a project, more like a blood relative,

and the site of sweet summer days, weddings and

countless family events that spanned the generations.

Happily, the effort paid off. The powers-that-be came to

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Architect Paul Weber’s traditional design makes it nearly

impossible to distinguish the old from the new.

recognize that the historic home should be granted some

flexibility, and C.H. Newton Builders moved the structure

to its new vantage.

Paul Weber’s design elevated the home inside and out.

He“worked with the gambrel form and followed the

traditional Shingle Style narrative,” he explains, to create

new wings in keeping with the fabric of the original

portion of the home. He situated the new kitchen over

the garage wing, designed a new front entrance for the

streetside façade, expanded the sun porch and created a

“widow’s walk” foil to hide the HVAC system. Meanwhile,

Dan Solien of Horiuchi Solien Landscape Architects, Inc.

hatched a landscape design plan that embeds the home in

its second site and minimizes its new elevation by raising

the lawn and terraces. A full stone retaining wall crafted by

Matt Inman of Inman Tree & Landscape, in the location of

the old foundation, protects the home from storm surges.

The family now has an airtight, FEMA compliant,

100-year-old home that can be enjoyed year-round.

Its future is certain, as is its history.

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These walls have a memory and have seen

countless summers, faces and stories.

They were absolutely worth saving.

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The window design of the seaward-facing sunroom

went through many iterations to achieve its timeless

look. Its wicker furniture is original to the home

and dates back to the 1930s. Wilkinson Ecological

launched a pond restoration in 2013 to remove the

phragmites that had begun to overtake it. Invasives

and non-native plants and shrubs were removed

along its perimeter, with native species replanted in

the summer of 2018.

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Top: The home faces south to

capture the view and soak up

the passive energy of the sun.

A contemporary pergola was

engineered in steel and wrapped

in wood. The thick glass doors

are substantial and required

great skill in handling and

installation.

Middle: The minimalist interiors

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Bottom: The home’s expansive

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Photovoltaic panels, as well as

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sustainability. It also “takes the

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A contemporary farmhouse in Chilmark demands much of its builder

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For nearly 40 years, residential builder Andrew Flake, founder of Andrew A. Flake, Inc., has watched

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the bar gets raised,” says Andrew. This home, tucked within the agrarian landscape of a historic

Vineyard farm, is no exception. Designed by modernist Charles Rose, this vision in glass and cedar

demanded precision from the foundation to the finish work.

Andrew learned early in his career “that simple really meant complicated.” So it is for this home.

The horizontal siding that wraps the exterior has to align, as do the sliding corner windows. “There

is no place to hide,” says Andrew. He welcomes its intricacies and the complexity of the engineering

solutions such homes require. In fact, his company only builds a few houses a year to ensure they

are unique. “One of the most important things one will ever do as a family is build a house,” he

emphasizes. As a builder, Andrew respects the clients’ point of view and the hand-holding the

process requires.

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The Eastern white cedar shingles cladding the home will weather to

the locale’s unmistakable silver-gray. Peter McDonald used architectural

elements, including Boston corners and flare shingles, to break up the

scale. For the landscape, the homeowners wanted “a Cape Cod cottage

feel—nothing ostentatious,” says Al Sorbello, save for some grand 22-foottall

Radican Cryptomeria that were used in the front of the home for

screening. The terrain was full of intricacies, as the front yard was in one

conservation zone and the backyard in another. Sorbello Landscaping was

mindful to accentuate “Paul’s beautiful craftsmanship” with the softscape.

Architecture: Peter McDonald Architect

Construction: Cape Dreams Building & Design

Landscape Construction: Sorbello Landscaping

Kitchen Design: Classic Kitchens & Interiors

Windows, Doors, Siding, Framing, Trim and

Roofing Materials: Shepley Wood Products

Elevator Installation: Above & Beyond Elevator, Inc.

Interiors: R.F. Interiors, Ronnie Sidman

Photography: Keitaro Yoshioka

Text: Sandy Giardi

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A Shingle Style rises above the bay to capture incredible views

High Tide

A soft, cream living room features quartersawn white oak flooring,

a coffered ceiling and exposed beams, and unparalleled views.

“All hail the view!”was the credo of the

design and construction team of a traditional new summer

home that sits atop a dune overlooking the tidal flats of

Eastham. Any new construction worth its salt considers

the assets of its site, but this bayside cottage, designed

by architect Peter McDonald and built by Cape Dreams

Building & Design, fully basks in it. The unique vantage,

with its dramatically changing currents and sands that

stretch for miles, touched every aspect of this traditional

Cape Cod home—from the architecture and design to the

landscape and materials.

The setting was so spectacular, it convinced Peter

McDonald to design an “upside down” home to fully

indulge the panoramic vistas. Typically, he talks clients out

of beginning their central living area on the second story

of their homes and working upward, as he isn’t keen on

the idea of having to climb stairs to enter the main rooms

(at any age). But for this home, and this outlook, he happily

made an exception.

The landscape, too, reveres the view and was designed

to enhance rather than veil the vantage. Al Sorbello,

president of Sorbello Landscaping, explains that the

shrubs and plantings selected for the shoreline side of

the home “were zero impact,” meaning that the schipka

laurel, handling grasses, hydrangea and roses thrive below

the six-foot sight line from the third-story walkout deck. A

patio underneath follows a similar dynamic. Yet when you

turn 180 degrees, and look from the edge of the bay, “all

you see is a wall of greenery,” says Sorbello.

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Though this classic summer cottage, created in the Shingle Style tradition,

doesn’t read as an upside down home, inside is another matter. It is

equipped with an oil-rubbed elevator, and heavy in detail, gentle curves

and finish carpentry-grade work, maintains owner Paul van Steensel of Cape

Dreams Building & Design. The layout extends as wide as the lot allows to

ensure that as many rooms as possible have water views out sweeping banks

of picture windows and gliding doors.

The transitional kitchen was no exception, says Design Manager Rebecca

Brown of Classic Kitchens & Interiors. In fact, the island was positioned to

allow the owners to gaze out to sea during meal prep. They can then take

their refreshments to any number of lookouts and simply enjoy.

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“The homeowners took a lot of interest in the home.

They made building this classic summer residence a pleasure.”

—Paul van Steensel

Left, top: The counters in this elegant, coastal kitchen were built to a custom height, and include extra drawer space. Every appliance is fully

hidden by custom paneling. Left, bottom: Cape Dreams works with a firm that creates custom compasses for the houses they build. This

compass accurately represents the longitude and latitude of the home, orienting all who enter. The elevator is essential in an upside down

home for bringing up luggage, groceries and cocktail-hour refreshments—owner Mark Capobianco of Above & Beyond Elevator shares that

his company is installing more of them than ever. This elevator was designed to be discreet. “You wouldn’t know from the outside that there is

anything behind that door but a closet,” says McDonald.

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When we first caught wind that Sand Dollar

Customs was building a “boat bar” for the first

level of a Snug Harbor home, we envisioned

a small replication of a handsome wooden

hull or maybe a poignant reference to a ship’s

wheel or anchor. However, we soon learned

that the Cape Cod builder and remodeler

took the concept to a whole new—and

intriguing—level.

This handsome custom bar, christened

“Therapy,” was created from a

clean, seaworthy, 42x14-foot boat

and repurposed. The craft was

brought in from the water, cut down,

narrowed, and reimagined as a

real-life, functional bar for a nautical

enthusiast. It’s the type of project

that excites Sand Dollar Customs

and encompasses the characteristics

they look for in their projects. The

company thrives on custom work

with unique elements, and enjoys it.

“We like to do projects that are more

challenging,” shares Steve Bobola,

co-owner of the company. “Things

that are spur of the moment, and

kind of on the whim.”

This short, 60-day project was

certainly a spur-of-the-moment idea

courtesy of a creative homeowner

who wanted to design something

fun, distinctive and eye-catching.

After turning to Sand Dollar

Customs to help bring his atypical

ideas to fruition, a plan was devised

to cut down the boat and reduce

it to a width that would fit the

homeowners’ basement space.

To keep the essence of the boat,

Sand Dollar Customs utilized every

piece of the vessel possible. Upon

completion, a fully functional bar

emerged in glossy navy with a

lacquer finished teak top, bright

white captain chairs, a small double

sink, operating kegs, a mini fridge, ice

maker and dishwasher.

This statement-making bar is the centerpiece

of the first-level game room and the pinnacle

of what Sand Dollar Customs wants for its

clients: a vision realized—a tangible and

singular expression of ingenuity and craft that

can be enjoyed. Bottoms up!

After being resized and narrowed, which required

fiberglass work, the boat entered the home

via the Nano door. The finished project has a

swashbuckling look, complete with LED tape

lighting. Interior home finishes by Carol Chapman.

Lauren Clough Photography

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CraftBar

By Kendra Keelan

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Bernice Wahler Landscapes

128 RT 6A Unit H

Sandwich, MA 02563

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CREATE

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seasonal Cape Cod showroom

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Kitchen & Bath Gallery

FALMOUTH, MA

343 Dillingham Ave.

(508) 457-9720

WEST YARMOUTH, MA

40 Aaron’s Way

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25 East Line Road

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Triboro/Shaw’s Plaza

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The place to design your ideal space.

The designers at Kitchen & Bath Gallery are here to help make your new or

renovated kitchen or bath a reality. Start planning now and let us assist you with all

the design details, as well as provide you with the widest material choices possible.

Choose from a range of sophisticated vanities from Fairmont, and over 65 other

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FIRE IT UP!

Clarke has the elements for a sizzling outdoor kitchen

A recent study revealed that many homeowners prefer their

outdoor kitchens to their primary indoor culinary spaces.

Their reasoning? They see the outdoor kitchen as an

experience, not just as a room.

Gone are the days when a barbecue grill constitutes

the entire en plein air food experience. Beautiful

outdoor kitchens can incorporate both cooking and food

preservation technology in ways that rival the home’s main

kitchen, making them high on many homeowners’ wish lists.

Besides, food just tastes better alfresco.

Clarke Corporate Showroom Manager Marco Barallon

explains. “While imprecise heat control can make outdoor

cooking a hit-or-miss proposition on many grills, Wolf

Outdoor Gas Grills offer the same performance and control as

their indoor counterparts: Wolf ranges, ovens and cooktops.”

According to Barallon, with Wolf BBQ grills, as with

every Wolf product, you can count on quality construction

and exceptional performance through years of outdoor

cooking. Wolf BBQ grills are sculpted in double-wall

stainless steel, and precision-welded so they will not rust

or hold water. Each model (30”, 36”, 42” and 54”) comes in

natural gas or LP and can be built into your outdoor space,

alongside additional cooking surfaces if desired. If a builtin

is not in the plan, Wolf offers the same range of sizes in

freestanding units.

Visit clarkeliving.com to set up an appointment at Clarke,

New England’s Official Sub-Zero, Wolf and Cover Showroom

to see how you can incorporate these appliances in your

outdoor space.

Left to right: Sub-Zero’s 24” Undercounter Outdoor Refrigerator; Wolf’s 30” Outdoor Warming Drawer; 13” Wolf Built-in Burner Module

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CAPE COD LANTERNS

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“It’s so easy to have friends over. Gone are

the days of entertaining in the house. People

can just come over and go straight to the barn.”

—Homeowner

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SUMMER

CENTRAL

A rustic pool barn and pool rewrite

Cape Cod family fun

The moment homeowner/part-time designer Jill

Morelli bought a salvaged soapstone sink from a

Boston restoration store, she had a call to make.

She phoned her husband to say, “I think we’re

doing the barn, because I just bought the sink.”

The two had been debating about whether to restore the

barn on their Cape Cod property and turn it into a cool,

multipurpose pool house/garage to accompany a new

pool terrace and stow their dune-riding Jeep. Having just

finished renovating their main home, they hadn’t quite

decided to take the plunge. The soapstone sink sealed the

deal, and they’re glad it did. The family’s pool barn and

outdoor oasis has been a game changer for summers on

Cape Cod.

The sink would sit in storage for a year or two before

architect Peter McDonald of Peter McDonald Architect

would write it into his design plan and Cape Associates

would build it into the kitchen of a new pool house/

garage. But first, they’d assess if the existing barn could

be used, says McDonald, which is always the preference.

Once it was determined to be beyond hope, Cape

Associates saved the “special and unique beams of the

old barn,” says President and CEO Matt Cole, to be later

repurposed for outdoor furniture. Meanwhile, McDonald,

a contextualist, looked to the shape and details of the old

barn (i.e. the roof edge and faces) to inform a new design

that would “resurrect an old form yet treat it in a modern

way,” he shares.

Together with the homeowner, who, by all accounts

brought out the best in this project and operated as an

extension of the design team, a clear vision was hatched

for a rustic but modern poolside barn that would “frame

the property nicely, connecting the backyard to the

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home, and create an entertaining space for those

enjoying the pool or sipping a cocktail in the

barn,” says Cole. The no-fuss aesthetic would

mingle cedar and horizontal shiplap, exposed

rafters and wall studs, oversized hardware, lessis-more

lighting, non-slip concrete floors and no

fewer than four vertical grain cedar barn doors—all

with a slightly different design and copper screens.

The barn doors were a given from the start, as the

homeowners wanted a structure that opens wide

to the pool and landscape in the summer and

closes for the winter. The barn doors, built in

Cape Associates’ millwork shop, were custom—

some double, French-door style, others sliding—

but all with generous openings. “You can drive

a tractor into this barn and put hay in the loft,”

laughs McDonald.

Or, you can have a full view of the kids swimming

at all times and feel connected to the grounds and

pool. The voice of landscape architect Kimberly

Mercurio of Kimberly Mercurio Landscape Architecture

was key in planning the overarching design

scheme. “It was really important that the pool

house open in two directions,” she says, “so that

you could get that view of the pool from inside.”

The pool terrace intersects with the pool house,

and boasts a similarly clean-lined aesthetic

comprised largely of grass, wood and bluestone

and a sparkling, highly-detailed pool with extra

thick coping and silk-smooth water, thanks to its

UV light and ozone cleaning system. The bluestone

terrace is inlaid with thyme, which emits a lovely

scent when underfoot, while privet hedges line

a custom white cedar pool enclosure fence.

Liriope, a low grass with purple flowers in August,

Himalayan birch and a few hydrangeas round out

the softscape. The effect is striking and altogether

seamless. Says Mercurio, “The barn does not

exist without the pool or the terrace. They are

all interconnected.”

The design trifecta is also functional, as all

elements facilitate stress-free entertainment. “It

has made it really easy to enjoy the Cape without

ever leaving our house,” says Morelli. Now, instead

of anticipating the needs of a full house for a day

at the beach and constantly packing and repacking

food and sweatshirts, the family simply sends out a

group text. “People either show up or they don’t,

and everyone just rolls outside.”

Architecture: Peter McDonald Architect

Construction: Cape Associates Builders

Landscape Architecture: Kimberly Mercurio Landscape

Architecture

Interior Design: Jill Morelli

Pool: Custom Quality Pools

Photography: Michael Conway, Means-of-Production.com

Text: Sandy Giardi

Top: The largest screen is custom and rides on barn door hardware, while the smaller openings use a material like

mosquito netting. Come nightfall, the copper screens glow with a warm light. Cape Associates recycled the beams

of the former barn to create patio furniture designed by the homeowner. Lower, from left: A loft space with hanging

hammock chairs is a second-story hangout for the kids. The exposed cement floor was stained and waxed to match

the bluestone terrace, and went through many rounds to get the right color, texture and look. Middle: Cape Associates

installed shiplap on an open rough frame and built the painted wood kitchen around the soapstone sink. The screen

door slides into the slot on the end of the cabinetry. Right: McDonald is a big believer in proportion and feels they got it

right with the oversized openings and windows. “When you walk into that space, it kind of uplifts you a little bit.”

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Photography: Keitaro Yoshioka

Bridging the gap between a custom construction company and individual tradespeople, Sagamore Select Group

specializes in high-quality renovations and small residential projects. An in-house team completes millwork,

carpentry, painting, wallcovering and even tiling and is the ideal solution for homeowners and

designers with project needs that don’t demand the breadth of a full-scale builder. Clients can

expect personalized attention, timeliness and flexibility.

Sagamore Select Group works for the love of the build, and donates all proceeds

to worthwhile charities that are meaningful to its clients and team.

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Cape Cod Ofice: 189 RTE 28 • West Harwich MA | Main Ofice: 135 Bradford Street • Lawrence, MA


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KOTZEN INTERIORS, LLP

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

Sam Gray Photography

WELLESLEY, MASSACHUSETTS | P 781.235.1740 | WWW.KOTZENINTERIORS.COM


macnelly cohen

architects

PARTNER TO THE PROS

Shepley works exclusively with building

professionals to provide the experience,

ideas, and innovative products that will help

them prosper. Our team of Andersen product

specialists, along with our award winning

Service Department, will help you select and

install windows and patio doors with the

beauty, performance, and durability you’ve

always wanted. Join the many professionals

who rely on our team of experts.

Visit the Shepley Showcase

75 Ben Franklin Way, Hyannis MA

www.shepleywood.com

Shepley’s Andersen Product Specialists:

Derek Partridge, Tammy Bearse-Santos,

Craig Fischer.

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Instagram:@macnellycohenarchitects

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“Andersen” and all other marks where denoted

are trademarks of Andersen Corporation.

©2019 Andersen Corporation. All rights reserved.

“If your builder isn’t using Shepley, please ask why!”®

Welcome Home

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Cape Cod Cupola Co., Inc.

Manufacturers of

quality cupolas in

wood and AZEK

(PVC), as well as

uniquely handcrafted

copper weather vanes

and finials

since 1939.

www.capecodcupola.com • 508-994-2119

78 State Road • Dartmouth, MA 02747

Kimberly Mercurio Landscape Architecture

(508) 495-1075 • kimberlymercurio.com

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THE SOURCE DIRECTORY

BELLEW TILE AND MARBLE CO.

280 Route 28, W. Yarmouth, MA

508-375-7000

www.bellewtile.com

jimmy@bellewtile.com

@bellewtile

From Boston to the Cape and Islands;

designers, architects, contractors, and

homeowners select Bellew Tile for our

dedication to customer service and

ability to help guide them on their way to

beautifully designed tile and stone projects.

10 Cummings Road

Orleans, MA 02653

508-240-3300

surroundingscapecod.com

Photography: Keitaro Yoshioka

CLASSIC KITCHENS & INTERIORS

127 Airport Road, Hyannis, MA 02601

508-775-3075

info@ckdcapecod.com

www.ckdcapecod.com

Classic-Kitchens-Interiors

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Classic Kitchens & Interiors is a design

and installation firm who partners with

architects, builders, interior designers and

homeowners to achieve custom kitchens,

baths, built-ins, and more.

IMPERIAL LANDSCAPING & MASONRY

195 Queen Anne Rd, #6, Harwich, MA 02645

(508) 241-1888

info@imperiallm.com

@imperiallm @imperialcapecod

Imperial Landscaping & Masonry, Inc. will

help you build your outdoor oasis on Cape

Cod. From choosing the proper plants

and shrubbery to designing and installing

beautiful walkways and patios, choosing an

experienced landscaping designer on Cape

Cod is essential.

PLYMOUTH QUARRIES

410 Whiting Street, Hingham, MA 02043

781-335-3686

www.plymouthquarries.com

info@plymouthquarries.com

@PlymouthQuarries @plymouthquarriesllc

@plymouth-quarries-llc

Since 1915 we have been supplying stone

products for homeowners, designers, architects

and contractors. Visit our 1800 sq. ft. showroom

to see our Exclusives line of stones,

concrete products, brick and artificial grass.

SUDBURY DESIGN GROUP

740 Boston Post Road Sudbury, MA 01776

978-443-3638

www.landscapearchitectureboston.com

Office@sudburydesign.com

@Sudbury_Design

@sudburydesigngroup

Sudbury Design Group has been recognized

as one of the leading landscape architectural

firms in the region, working with discerning

residential and commercial clients in New

England, for more than 50 years.

TRACKER HOME DECOR &

SHOWROOM

89 Peases’s Point Way, S. Edgartown, MA 02539

508-627-8725

www.trackerhomedecor.com

info@trackerhomedecor.com

@tracker-home-decor

@trackerhomedecor

Tracker Home Décor offers complete interior

design services and their showroom includes

a wide range of window-treatments, wallcoverings

and an extensive fabric library.

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HOME STAGING | INTERIOR DESIGN | RETAIL

2 MAIN STREET, PLYMOUTH 508-830-9900

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Index

Above & Beyond Elevator, Inc................................................. 60-63, 74

Andrew A. Flake, Inc. .................................................................. 13, 50-51

Architectural Design, Inc..........................................................................11

Audio Video Design.................................................................................86

Bannon Custom Builders...........................................................................7

Barnes Custom Builders.......................................................................... 17

Bellew Tile and Marble, Inc....................................................................94

Bernice Wahler Landscapes ................................................... 26-29, 68

Best Tile.......................................................................................................90

Boston Garage........................................................................................... 78

Boston HomeSpaces .............................................................................. 77

BPC Architecture ........................................................................Cover, 92

California Closets...................................................................................... 75

Cape Associates, Inc....................................................... 8, 26-29, 82-85

Cape Cod Cupola Company, Inc...........................................................93

Cape Cod Lanterns................................................................................... 74

Cape Cod Marble & Granite...................................................................30

Cape Cod Retractable, Inc......................................................................96

Cape Cod Stone........................................................................................56

Cape Dreams Building & Design.............................................21, 60-63

Catalano Architects.................................................................................. 87

Clarke........................................................................................................... 73

Classic Kitchens & Interiors................................................18, 60-63, 94

Colonial Reproductions, Inc...................................................................36

Crane Appliance, Inc................................................................................79

Cross RIP Builders.......................................................................Cover, 80

Crown Point Cabinetry............................................................................25

Details, Inc.................................................................................................. 74

Designer Garage Doors...........................................................................65

Digs Design Company..............................................................................10

Donna Elle, Inc...............................................................................Cover, 14

E.J. Jaxtimer Builder................................................................................. 31

Falmouth Lumber........................................................Inside Back Cover

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery......................................59

Foley Fiore Architecture.........................................................................64

Gakidis & Stewart Design Group..........................................................48

Gregory Lombardi Design.....................................Inside Front Cover-1

Imperial Landscaping & Masonry.................................................53, 94

Jeff Soderbergh......................................................................................... 71

Jill Neubauer Architects, Inc.......................................................6, 26-29

Joyce Landscaping...................................................................................56

JW Construction, Inc................................................................................70

Kimberly Mercurio Landscape Architecture........................82-85, 93

Kistler & Knapp Builders......................................................................... 57

Kotzen Interiors, LLP.................................................................................91

KVH Construction.....................................................................................34

LDa Architecture & Interiors.................................................................2-3

Longfellow Design Build........................................................ Back Cover

M. Duffany Builders.................................................................................. 22

Mac Davis Flooring................................................................................... 74

MacNelly Cohen Architects....................................................................92

Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design.......................................................90

McPhee Associates of Cape Cod, Inc.................................................. 33

Mid-Cape Home Centers........................................................................54

New England Shutter Mills....................................................................89

Nicholaeff Architecture & Design.......................................................... 9

Oh Deer.......................................................................................................94

Patrick Ahearn Architect........................................................................ 37

Patriot Builders, Inc..................................................................................58

Paul Weber Architect.................................................................38-45, 52

Perfection Fence........................................................................................81

Peter McDonald Architect.......................................... 20, 60-63, 82-85

Plymouth Quarries, LLC...................................................................32, 94

Polhemus Savery DaSilva.......................................................................15

Rick Roy Construction, LLC....................................................................49

Rogers and Marney, Inc............................................................................ 5

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Schumacher Companies......................................................................... 23

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Sherman + Associates, LLC....................................................................93

Shope Reno Wharton...............................................................................16

Snow and Jones, Inc................................................................................69

Sorbello Landscaping, Inc.........................................................19, 60-63

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Tracker Home Décor................................................................................94

Walpole Outdoors....................................................................................58

Western Window Systems............................................................. 46-47

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Worth & Wing............................................................................................ 76

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