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CONTENTS<br />

18 Architects<br />

46 Custom Builders<br />

88 Interior Design<br />

136 Custom Kitchens, Baths & Appliances<br />

158 Design/Build, Renovation & Restoration<br />

166 Architectural Millwork & Wood Refinishing<br />

176 Doors, Windows, Flooring & Metalworks<br />

188 Furniture, Textiles & Decorative Accessories<br />

204 Home Integration & Lighting<br />

214 Stone & Tile<br />

228 Landscape Architects<br />

242 Landscape<br />

258 Specialty<br />

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TIMELESS<br />

Patrick Ahearn, FAIA, adds ‘author’ to his<br />

list of distinctions<br />

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ELEMENTAL STYLE<br />

Striking home designs harness the<br />

power of air, fire, water and earth<br />

104 ELEMENTAL STYLE<br />

116 IN THE SPIRIT OF COLLABORATION<br />

Carved in Stone<br />

One with Nature<br />

187 THE WAVE RISES IN THE SEAPORT<br />

Jeff Soderbergh’s sculpture for Kohler<br />

captivates at 7 Tide<br />

200 LIFESTYLE PLACE DESIGN DISTRICT<br />

A multifaceted design mecca outside the city limits<br />

271 INDEX<br />

On the covers (left to right)<br />

Cover 1: Adolfo Perez Architect; Richard Mandelkorn Photography /<br />

Cover 2: Melissa Gulley Interior Design; Pioneer Construction; Catalano<br />

Architects; Sheryl Kalis Photography / Cover 3: Patrick Ahearn Architect;<br />

Colonial Reproductions, Inc.; Greg Premru Photography / Cover 4: Nicholaeff<br />

Architecture + Design; Keitaro Yoshioka Photography<br />

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THE ART OF STEEL<br />

Meet Paul Meneses and his studio,<br />

Make Architectural Metalworking<br />

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CARVED IN STONE<br />

A contemporary home in<br />

Manchester-by-the-Sea<br />

embraces the site’s craggy,<br />

coastal views<br />

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ONE WITH NATURE<br />

A new classic home in Wellesley<br />

celebrates its lush, leafy site<br />

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FROM THE PUBLISHER<br />

I have decided this fall to do a major renovation to my 1780’s home<br />

in the town’s historical center. I can’t wait to tap into the wonderful<br />

tradespeople who have graced BDG over the past 22 years. I have<br />

pulled every past issue and scoured my website to source everything<br />

I could possibly want for my new farmhouse kitchen. Who knew that<br />

windows would be one of the biggest decisions I would have to<br />

make? (Breakthrough trends in that industry, I’ll tell you!) Of course, I<br />

only have to look to “One with Nature” (page 126-135) or “Carved in<br />

Stone” (pages 116-125) to see the wonders that windows can do.<br />

Like me, I hope this issue provides you with endless inspiration. We<br />

are proud to be New England’s first and longest-running publication—<br />

in print and web. We have worked hard on our web and social<br />

media platforms to showcase the current trends and feature the top industry professionals. I<br />

love how Instagram is a great quick glance into one’s work and how the web has evolved into a<br />

“storytelling” platform.<br />

It’s clear that today’s homeowners desire to put their own handprint on their spaces. They are<br />

requesting customized designs, craftsmanship and product, and the industry is responding. Just<br />

look at pages 185 and 187 to learn about inspired local artists who are raising the bar in reclaimed<br />

wood and metalwork and check out “Elemental Style” (page 104-113) to see the captivating—and<br />

unique—ways that professionals are harnessing the energy of air, fire, water and earth.<br />

We are all being held to a higher standard on what we can deliver. And, at BDG, we are up for the<br />

challenge. So stay tuned, because we are launching a new and exciting product later this fall. Not<br />

only will it be great for you, our readers, but it will be another way that we can do justice to the<br />

talented professionals featured within these pages, who have inspired us all.<br />

Cheers!<br />

Melanie Perillo, Publisher<br />

Instagram: @BDGMelanie<br />

BOSTON DESIGN GUIDE<br />

PUBLISHER<br />

Melanie Perillo<br />

WEB DIRECTOR<br />

Kathleen Parente<br />

ART DIRECTORS<br />

Rob Silsby<br />

Julie Kelly<br />

ADVERTISING MANAGERS<br />

Ellie Benson<br />

Ian Kaplan<br />

Colleen Keelan<br />

Maureen Lampert<br />

Sharon Litchfield<br />

ADMINISTRATIVE/ACCOUNTING<br />

Marie Lewis<br />

Darlene Neufell<br />

ASSISTANT WEB EDITOR<br />

Ian Kaplan<br />

WRITER/EDITOR<br />

Sandy Giardi<br />

PHOTOGRAPHY<br />

Shelly Harrison<br />

Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Liam McInerney<br />

Warren Patterson<br />

Roger Pelissier<br />

Greg Premru<br />

Keitaro Yoshioka<br />

INTERNS<br />

Ellie Hedison<br />

Lily Jurist<br />

Caroline MacKeen<br />

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Boston Design Guide Staff:<br />

(Back L to R) Sandy Giardi, Ian Kaplan, Rob Silsby, Melanie Perillo, Ellie Benson, Sharon Litchfield,<br />

(Front L to R) Colleen Keelan, Maureen Lampert, Kathleen Parente and Julie Kelly.<br />

Photography by Roger Pelissier<br />

www.bostondesignguide.com<br />

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Beautiful design gets the attention but<br />

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Architects<br />

New England is known the world over for its architecture.<br />

Classic Colonials, coastal Shingle Styles and rural farmhouses<br />

mingle with elegant brownstones, sky-high condos and<br />

cutting-edge contemporaries. Together, the region’s homes<br />

create a celebration of beauty, function and form.<br />

Architecture by LDa Architecture & Interiors<br />

Construction by Denali Construction Corp.<br />

Photography by Greg Premru<br />

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PROfile<br />

TIMELESS<br />

CLASSIC AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE<br />

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PROfile<br />

Whether in Boston proper or on the island of Martha’s<br />

Vineyard, the homes of Patrick Ahearn Architect are<br />

distinctive yet wholly personalized. From traditional new<br />

constructions to authentic renovations and restorations, Patrick<br />

Ahearn’s residential work is both timeless and timely.<br />

The firm’s design style, which spans many forms of classical<br />

architecture, is largely historically motivated yet adapted<br />

to reflect of-the-moment technologies and the way that<br />

homeowners like to live and play today.<br />

A Patrick Ahearn home captures the form’s original spirit and<br />

is deeply rooted in its site. Whether a structure was first built<br />

for a sea captain during the 1800s or crafted yesterday,<br />

Ahearn believes he is most successful when his work goes<br />

quietly unnoticed on the streetscape, appearing as if it has<br />

long been part of the neighborhood architectural fabric.<br />

Having designed more than 200 homes on Martha’s<br />

Vineyard alone, and countless more in the historic Back Bay<br />

and beyond, Patrick Ahearn Architect has created a winning<br />

design philosophy that is as much about beauty and tradition<br />

as it is about lifestyle.<br />

Boston - 617.266.1710<br />

Martha’s Vineyard - 508.939.9312<br />

patrickahearn.com<br />

Photography by Greg Premru<br />

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JAN GLEYSTEEN ARCHITECTS<br />

W ELLESLEY, MASSACHUSETTS<br />

WWW.J ANG LEYSTEENI NC.COM


JGA<br />

At Jan Gleysteen Architects we focus on creating elegant, timeless, and livable homes. Our award winning designs draw inspiration from the<br />

range of New England architecture from traditional to contemporary. Sophisticated architectural details and years of experience allow us to deliver<br />

one-of-a-kind new construction homes, ageless additions, and thoughtful renovations. As a small firm we provide personal attention tailored<br />

to each client as we help create your dream home.<br />

Located just west of Boston, we are well positioned to serve MetroWest, Boston, the Cape and beyond. The firm has received several accolades<br />

and was named “Best of Boston Home” for 2018. Other notable accolades include having our Gambrel residence named “Traditional Home of<br />

the Year” by Boston Globe Magazine, our Greek Revival Residence awarded a Bulfinch Award by the Institute for Classical Architecture & Art,<br />

and our Seaside Refresher published in the AIA’s Houses for all Regions.<br />

Photography by Richard Mandelkorn


LIGHT<br />

BALANCE<br />

FORM<br />

DETAIL<br />

MATERIAL<br />

TRADITION<br />

INGENUITY<br />

LIFESTYLE<br />

ARCHITECTURE<br />

COMFORT<br />

ART<br />

Photography - Clockwise From Top Left: Greg Premru,<br />

Sean Litchfield, All other photography: Greg Premru


CAMBRIDGE | CAPE & ISLANDS<br />

617 621-1455<br />

www.LDa-Architects.com


129 Kingston St. Boston MA | 617.542.6060 | mgaarchitects.com


CATALANO ARCHITECTS<br />

fulflling design since 1987<br />

Boston, MA<br />

617.338.7447<br />

www.catalanoarchitects.com<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn


ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN<br />

472 BOSTON POST ROAD, WESTON, MASSACHUSETTS | 781-899-1530<br />

INQUIRIES@ OAKHILLARCHITECTS.COM | OAKHILLARCHITECTS.COM


Bereznicki Architects Cambridge / Osterville 617.354.5188 nwww.bereznicki.com


Bereznicki<br />

ARCHITECTS


RBA<br />

ROB BRAMHALL ARCHITECTS<br />

978.749.3663 | www.robbramhallarchitects.com


An artist, a musician and a dog named Alice walked into a bar...<br />

They were looking for a modest house with great studio space and lots<br />

of sculptural forms. That was the beginning of the design process.<br />

Two Independence Court<br />

Concord, Massachusetts 01742<br />

978.369.1805<br />

www.BattleArchitects.com


Photo by: Keitaro Yoshioka Photography<br />

NICHOLAEFF ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN<br />

508-420-5298 • www.nicholaeff.com


CUMMINGS<br />

978 356 5026


ARCHITECTS<br />

www.cummingsarchitects.com<br />

info@cummingsarchitects.com


www.foleyfiore.com<br />

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Single Family • Multi-Family • Commercial • Institutional<br />

www.mcdougalarchitects.com Chelsea, MA • 617-292-2724


PETER SACHS - ARCHITECT<br />

Photo by Richard Mandelkorn<br />

peter@petersachsarchitect.com<br />

www.petersachsarchitect.com<br />

Specializing in Design/Build<br />

20 Hunter Street, Newton, MA<br />

phone: 617.527.5777<br />

S I M P L Y C L A S S I C<br />

DUCKHAM<br />

ARCHITECTURE & INTERIORS<br />

www.kentduckham .co m 53 Central Avenue, Needham, MA 02494 781.449.4109<br />

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TIMELESS<br />

ARCHITECT PATRICK AHEARN<br />

RELEASES HIS NEW BOOK<br />

Coffee tables, living rooms and libraries everywhere have a beautiful new book to showcase, as<br />

Patrick Ahearn, one of New England’s preeminent classical architects, has released the display-worthy<br />

new monograph, Timeless: Classic American Architecture for Contemporary Living.<br />

Beyond its striking good looks, Timeless reveals the<br />

theories and practices that have made Ahearn the success<br />

he is today. Ahearn, a Fellow of the American Institute of<br />

Architects, has an innate ability to balance the romance<br />

of traditional architecture with the tenets of modernism,<br />

creating incomparable settings that are steeped in a<br />

sense of place yet reflective of how people like to live in<br />

the 21st century.<br />

While Ahearn, principal of Patrick Ahearn Architect, has<br />

designed over 500 homes in some of the most soughtafter<br />

destinations in the world, Timeless showcases 18<br />

of these iconic properties that all, in their own fashion,<br />

shed light on the guiding principle of Ahearn’s greatergood<br />

theory. That is, “that architecture has the power<br />

to improve lives, increase happiness and to encourage<br />

friendly and familiar interactions.”<br />

Visit www.patrickahearn.com/timeless-book/<br />

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Custom Builders<br />

Deeply committed to craft, Custom Builders put a plan, and often<br />

a dream, in action. Through hands-on work, they navigate the<br />

construction process, the players and the pieces until the many<br />

moving parts become ‘home.’<br />

Construction by Pioneer Construction<br />

Photography by Sheryl Kalis<br />

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PROfile<br />

Crafting<br />

Sanford Custom Builders, Inc. brings experience and<br />

innovation to flawless homes built for generations.<br />

A LEGACY<br />

SANFORD<br />

Custom Builders Inc.<br />

310 Washington St., Suite 202<br />

Wellesley, MA 02481<br />

781-416-7007<br />

www.sanfordcustom.com<br />

Architecture: Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc.<br />

Interior Design: Mollie Johnson<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Portrait Photography: Roger Pelissier<br />

Sanford Custom Builders creates singular homes built to last for generations. Years of experience<br />

have so engrained the nuts and bolts of custom home construction, renovations and additions, that<br />

the award-winning construction company can be highly attentive to the innovations and refinements<br />

that make their homes second to none.<br />

Working in tandem with the homeowner, architect and interior designer, Owner and President<br />

Marc Kaplan and his team manage the construction process seamlessly, adhering to timetable and<br />

budget, and to the exacting standards their beautifully designed custom homes demand.<br />

Sanford Custom Builders aims to make the homeowners’ journey stress-free and gratifying, offering<br />

customer service that extends well beyond punch lists, move-in day and warranties.<br />

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Marc Kaplan, Owner<br />

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Kathy R. . Leigh & George R. . Anderson Insulation . Jessica & Peter W. . Rufo Tiling . Jen & Jim S. . Galvin Flooring . Galway Bay Painting<br />

Doreve Nicholaeff Architect . SLC Interiors . Hutker Architects . Sudbury Design Group . Luke G. . LDa Architecture & Interiors . Catalano Architects . Julie M.<br />

Bierly-Drake Associates . Arlington Coal . O.B. Hill Trucking . DC Home Systems . Mackenzie Stone . Kim & Sarkis S. . R.P. Marzilli, Inc.<br />

Cedrone Electric . Don Leger Exterior Construction, Inc. . PRG Pool Services . Barbara Kotzen . Jack Donoghue Attorney . Stephanie & Colin F. . Greg R.<br />

Gordon Richards, Inc. . Maureen A. & Neil F. . Fine Finish . Joan & Jim V. . Forced Air Systems Inc. . Needham Lock . Landmark Residential<br />

Mark-One Disposal . Cheney Engineering . Tonya & Tom D. . Mr. & Mrs. Todd C. . Medway Oil Co. Inc. . Diana & Tony M. . Nealco Environmental<br />

Rebecca & George H. . Lisa Botticelli Architect . Gerri & Klaus K. . DeLuca & Sons Landscaping, Inc. . New View Cleaning Service<br />

Tresca Bros . Tile Showcase . Melanie Morris Design . Gallinelli Plumbing . Taylor Forest Products . McNulty Paving<br />

Thank you for<br />

35 years of building...<br />

O’Hara & Company, LTD. . Richard Bailey Tech Consulting . Onyx Transport, Inc. . Paul Frongillo . Terry & Bruce E. . Pella Windows<br />

Herrick & White . Ellen B. . HydroTech Pool & Spa . Warren C. . McAlpine . Stephanie F. & Kevin L. . Joseph T. Cazeault & Sons, Inc.<br />

Arteriors . Sarah G. & Beverlee S. . Lindsay Custom Builders, Inc. . Cowen Associates . Betsy & Andy M. . Botello Lumber Company<br />

Dellorfon Electric . Marianne & Dan B. . Lori & Jeremy H. . Bortolotti Construction, Inc. . Jenny & Spencer Z. . Master Finishing & Restoration


Integrated Pest Control . Kristi & Bill G. . STM Installations . Johanna & Dana T. . Lynne L. & Jim B. . Susan K. & Elliot B. . Lisa & Keenan F.<br />

Zero Energy Design . New England Hardwood . Debbie & Kevin R. . Dan Gordon Landscape . Sterritt Lumber . Artistic Restoration<br />

T+J Heating & Plumbing . Luisa H. & Larry N. . Michelle & Danny A. . New Energy Works . Harry Palmer & Sons, Inc.<br />

Ackles Steel & Iron Co. . Trethewey Bros. . Nugent Plastering, Inc. . M.J. Hickey, Inc. . Angela & Rob G. . RPS Construction<br />

...new homes,<br />

new friendships &<br />

a strong community.<br />

As we celebrate our past and look to the future, we would like to<br />

show our appreciation for everyone who has contributed to our<br />

projects’ successes: clients, subcontractors, suppliers, architects,<br />

designers, and every worker who brings their unwavering<br />

commitment to quality to these projects every day.<br />

With our utmost respect and appreciation,<br />

Ken & Sam Soderholm<br />

508-650-9880 . soderholmbuilders.com<br />

South Natick, Massachusetts<br />

Laura & Michael W. . Gay & Charlie H. . Deb & Jonathan F. . Diana & Tony M. . Karen A. & Bob F. . Michele & Dave L.<br />

Marathon Door & Glass . MacNeil Glass . Dianne D. . Kelley Welding . Mr. & Mrs. James D. . Bacson . Lee Goddard Floors<br />

Capobianco & Capobianco, P.C. . Fair & Yeager Insurance . Stern McCafferty Architects . Bailey & Smith Construction . Allen Bush Jr. Inc.<br />

Battle Associates, Inc. . D. Michael Collins Architects . Campbell Smith Architects, Inc. . United Marble Distributors . Mark Howland<br />

Riverside Sheet Metal . Michelle & Kurt G. . Paul Cullotta Painting . Marc Prüfer . Cheryl C. . Scott Septic, Inc. . Macrina Electric<br />

Kitchen Interiors . Laperle Painting . NuTop Co. . Lisa & Aaron W. . Anderson McQuaid . Littleton Millwork . M&O Painters . JoAnne & Gerry B.<br />

Janna & Sean O. . Martha & Don T. . Mary & Matt D. . Initial Design Group . D. Schumacher Landscaping . Leah & Rich K. . Black Lab Alarm<br />

Yale Appliance . Peter Sachs . Sorrell Homes Inc. . Tom Carey Architect . Aaron Socrat . TMS Architects . Shope Reno Wharton . Barbara Sheehan Design


custom builders<br />

thoughtforms-corp.com<br />

Architect: Adolfo Perez Architect<br />

Landscape Architect: Steve Stimson Associates<br />

Designer: Andra Birkerts Design<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Thoughtforms has been propelled for 46 years by a long-term commitment to our<br />

craft, by collaboration, and by a willingness to push boundaries. The way we think<br />

and engage helps us build beautiful homes, and also helps us create opportunities<br />

for our community to explore our individual and collective potential. Learn more<br />

about our connection to people-powered endurance sports and other community<br />

activities at: thoughtforms-corp.com/endurance


Architect: Shope Reno Wharton<br />

Landscape Architect: Morgan Wheelock Incorporated<br />

Designer: Nannette Lewis Interiors<br />

Photogrpahy: Scott Frances<br />

Architect: Marcus Gleysteen Architects<br />

Designer: Mark Christofi Interiors<br />

Photogrpahy: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

thoughtforms<br />

Acton, MA<br />

978.263.6019<br />

thoughtforms-corp.com


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VISION ACCOMPLISHED<br />

At F.H. Perry Builder, they’re big on time-honored things like craftsmanship, elegance, taste and<br />

aesthetics. Sometimes that means blending new with old. Sometimes it means paying special<br />

attention to a persnickety modern detail. No matter what, they never lose sight of who you are and<br />

why you hired them in the first place.<br />

In fact, F.H. Perry Builder is so committed to being continually “out in front,” start to finish that they<br />

will assign a dedicated project manager—a resourceful, experienced, I-wish-this-person-could-stayaround-forever<br />

professional who works exclusively on your project—at your job site from open to<br />

close, with you. This person responds to changing circumstances with agility, forward thinking and<br />

intelligence. That’s how F.H. Perry Builder ensures that both schedule and workmanship – and you –<br />

remain uncompromised.<br />

Now into its second generation, owner Allison Perry Iantosca and her team thrive because they<br />

treat all of their craft-based projects with the values they were founded upon; transparency and<br />

integrity are non-negotiable. And they believe it takes humanity, empathy and adaptability to build<br />

sophisticated projects for the sophisticated people who live in them. F.H. Perry Builder knows you<br />

don’t settle for “good enough” and neither do they.<br />

Allison Perry Iantosca<br />

508-435-3062<br />

www.fhperry.com<br />

Architect: Frank Shirley Architects<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

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New Homes | Renovations | Historic Preservation<br />

Home Maintenance | Small Projects<br />

171 Reservoir St., Needham, MA 02494 | falloncustomhomes.com | 781.237.0505<br />

Photography by Richard Mandelkorn


PROfile<br />

Columbia Contracting Corp. prizes communication every step of the way, ensuring<br />

that clients’ expectations are not only met, they’re surpassed.<br />

Arthur Massaro and Kate Durrane<br />

(offce) 508-655-4070, (cell) 617-293-6145, (fax) 617-241-2848<br />

www.columbiacon.com<br />

21 Eliot Street, South Natick, MA 01760<br />

Photography by Shelly Harrison; Warren Patterson; Portrait Photography by Roger Pelissier<br />

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Superior<br />

CRAFTSMANSHIP<br />

PROfile<br />

One of the Greater Boston area’s premier residential contractors, Columbia Contracting Corp. specializes in<br />

top-of-the-line new construction and renovation. Since its inception in 1980, Columbia Contracting Corp. has<br />

been committed to superior craftsmanship and has grown from a one-man operation to a staff of 30 carpenters.<br />

With over 35 years of experience in the field, Columbia Contracting Corp. can realize even the most complex<br />

architectural concepts—from contemporary suburban homes to expansive oceanfront properties to traditional<br />

Back Bay brownstones. Its crew excels at each and every task—from framing to finish work—and can therefore<br />

dictate both the quality and the timetable.<br />

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781.861.0086<br />

brookesandhill.com


Architecture: Flavin Architects; Photography: Richard Mandelkorn


PROfile<br />

Kistler & Knapp Builders<br />

draws on over 40 years<br />

of fine craftsmanship to<br />

reflect the most demanding<br />

architectural concepts.<br />

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INSTANT<br />

classic<br />

PROfile<br />

With over 40 years of building experience, Kistler & Knapp Builders, Inc. is one of<br />

the most highly-regarded construction firms in the Greater Boston region. Their work<br />

reflects the finest craftsmanship and the most demanding architectural concepts.<br />

Kistler & Knapp has always understood the importance of effective communication<br />

and working well with the entire team in all aspects of the building process. The<br />

foundation of their reputation rests on expert management, transparent accounting<br />

and fiscal prudence. Owners Doug Stevenson and Renée West are committed to<br />

creating successful relationships during construction and well into the future, thereby<br />

maintaining a legacy of excellence in fine home construction. And Kistler and<br />

Knapp’s Home Services Division is there for the long haul, maintaining their clients’<br />

homes well into the future.<br />

916 Main Street<br />

Acton, MA 01720<br />

(978) 635-9700<br />

www.kistlerandknapp.com<br />

Architect: applied Form+Space<br />

Luis Lobao, Principal<br />

Photographer: Joseph Ferraro<br />

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Left page:<br />

Architects: Act Two Architects<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Right Page:<br />

Architects: Flavin Architects<br />

Photography: Mark Doyle<br />

Passion<br />

Craftsmanship<br />

Service<br />

Visit us at www.merzconstruction.com<br />

or call 978-371-1828


Dedicated to high-quality<br />

construction throughout<br />

Greater Boston since 1986.<br />

We look forward to learning<br />

about your upcoming project.


BOSTON | CAPE COD | NEWPORT<br />

508.548.1353 CHNEWTON.COM


Photography: Greg Premru<br />

QUALITY COMMITMENT TRUST KNOWLEDGE CRAFTSMANSHIP<br />

CREATE<br />

SOMETHING<br />

REMARKABLE<br />

617-547-2800 | www. jwconstructioninc.com


MEDFIELD | CHATHAM<br />

WWW.WHITLABROTHERS.COM | 508-359-4292


BRENDON PROPERTIES<br />

PREMIER RESIDENCES<br />

Architect Jan Gleysteen; Photography: Warren Patterson<br />

Southborough, Massachusetts • 508.485.3999 • www.brendonhomes.com


photography by Nat Rea<br />

CELEBRATING 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS.<br />

617-876-8286 www.shconstruction.com<br />

BEST OF BOSTON HOME 2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008 / BEST OF BOSTON 2017, 2007


BUILDERS of DISTINCTION<br />

Massachusetts • New Hampshire • Maine<br />

978-255-4063<br />

www.cmragusa.com


Creating a Better Building Experience<br />

Architecture: Catalano Architects; Landscape Architecture: Dan Gordon Landscape Architects; Photography: Richard Mandelkorn


245 Washington Street, Suite 201 • Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 • 781.235.5008<br />

www.pioneerconstruct.com


Architect: Hoadley Martinez Architects; Designer: CM | Design<br />

Photography: An Original Photography<br />

BOSTON - CAPE COD | 781.934.9100 | WWW.ARCHWRIGHT.COM


Photography: Richard Mandelkorn


Quality. Experience. Craftsmanship.<br />

JPDEVELOPMENT<br />

C o r p o r a t i o n<br />

84 Bowers Street, Newtonville, MA 02460<br />

508-326-5917 | jpdevelopmentcorp.com


design: Gakidis + Stewart Design Group<br />

bannon<br />

Imagine a home, build a legacy<br />

www.bannonbuilds.com | 508-833-0050


Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

96 SWAMPSCOTT ROAD, SALEM, MA 01970 | 781-592-3135 | GROOMCO.COM/BDG


31 GREEN STREET, WALTHAM, MA 02451<br />

781-703-5970 | WWW.CONCEPTBUILDINGINC.COM


Your Vision. Your Dreams. Your Builder.<br />

1 Avenue C • Hopkinton, MA 01748 • (508) 435-4290 • www.ewtarcaconstruction.com<br />

Photography: Eric Roth


sweeneycustomhomes.net | 27 Oak Street, Holliston, MA 01746 | 508-429-0071<br />

Architect: Patrick Ahearn; Photography: Greg Premru


The Chelsea Company<br />

Architect: Patrick Ahearn; Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Wellesley, Massachusetts | 617-799-5479 | www.thechelseacompany.com


DENALI<br />

CONSTRUCTION CORP<br />

Architecture by LDa Architecture & Interiors<br />

Photography by Greg Premru<br />

Architecture by LDa Architecture & Interiors<br />

Photography by Greg Premru<br />

Dedicated to offering<br />

the highest quality<br />

services in building,<br />

construction, and<br />

remodeling throughout<br />

New England.<br />

617-694-4555<br />

www.builtbydenali.com<br />

Architecture by Maryann Thompson Architects<br />

Photography by Robert Benson.


PROfile<br />

QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP<br />

Exterior photography by Richard Mandelkorn;<br />

architecture by D. Michael Collins<br />

Lien Enterprises Custom Builders and Renovators brings experience and quality craftsmanship to<br />

luxury home building.<br />

Our homes are distinguished by timeless elegance, and an attention to craft and detail. Lien<br />

Custom Homes works with clients from the ground up, creating premier custom residences they’ll<br />

love to come home to. We take a collaborative, team approach and value accountability.<br />

Lien Enterprises serves the Greater Metrowest area, including Wellesley, Weston and Newton,<br />

and offers remodeling, renovations, additions and restoration in addition to new constructions.<br />

1545 Broadway Road<br />

Dracut, MA 01826<br />

(978) 804-5083<br />

www.liencustombuilders.com<br />

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Interior Design<br />

As tastemakers, interior designers translate our moods, affinities<br />

and lifestyles into meaningful, multilayered settings. From materials,<br />

fixtures and finishes to wall coverings, furnishings and accessories,<br />

designers consider the full effect as they curate each element.<br />

Interior Design by Elizabeth Home Decor & Design<br />

Photograph by Michael J. Lee<br />

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HOME<br />

PATTERN<br />

TEXTURE<br />

IMAGINATION<br />

MODERN<br />

COLOR<br />

FRESH<br />

CLEVER<br />

ENDURING<br />

INTERIOR DESIGN<br />

DRAMATIC<br />

TRADITIONAL<br />

UNEXPECTED<br />

CRAFT<br />

JOY<br />

Photography - Clockwise From Top Left:<br />

Michael J. Lee, Sean Litchfield, Sean Litchfield,<br />

Greg Premru, Sean Litchfield, Greg Premru


CAMBRIDGE | CAPE & ISLANDS<br />

617 621-1455<br />

www.LDa-Architects.com


KOTZEN INTERIORS, LLP<br />

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN<br />

WELLESLEY, MASSACHUSETTS<br />

P 781.235.1740 | WWW.KOTZENINTERIORS.COM


LIVE ROYA LLY<br />

Michael J. Lee Photography<br />

ART . ACCESSORIES . INTERIORS<br />

ELIZABETH HOME DECOR & DESIGN, INC.<br />

242 COMMONWEALTH AVE. CHESTNUT HILL, MA 02467. WWW.ELIZABETHHOMEDECOR.COM . 617.965.0069


Anthony Catalfano Interiors<br />

160 Commonwealth Ave. Suite 9 • Boston, MA 02116 • (617) 536-3776<br />

2190 Post Road • Wells, Maine 04090 • (207) 646-1110


(617) 445-3135<br />

www.janinedowling.com<br />

JANINE DOWLING<br />

I N T E R I O R D E S I G N<br />

INTERIOR DESIGN CUSTOM FURNITURE ART & ACCESSORIES<br />

617-445-3135<br />

www.janinedowling.com<br />

67 Kemble St. Boston, MA 02119


INTERIOR DESIGN INC.<br />

ASID | NCIDQ<br />

781.659.2514 | BBSHEEHANDESIGN.COM<br />

Project Development: Habitech, Inc.; Photos: Mike Rixon Photography


Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

www.atsugunther.com • (617) 784-3311


E L Z A B. D E S I G N, I N C.<br />

781-859-7817 BARBARA ELZA HIRSCH CONCORD, MA ELZABDESIGN.COM<br />

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Photography: Sheryl Kalis<br />

MELISSA GULLEY<br />

I N T E R I O R D E S I G N<br />

617-797-4570 | MELISSAGULLEY.COM | NEWTON, MA


Visit our full service design center with the best quality home decorating<br />

products at competitive prices.<br />

508-653-1360 | 25 Main Street Natick, MA 01760 | debsan.com<br />

Wallpaper | Fabric | Flooring<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

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ERIKA Z INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO<br />

860-573-7222 ERIKAZINTERIORS.COM<br />

Custom Furniture, Interior Design & Home Furnishings<br />

Boehm<br />

Graham<br />

INTERIOR DESIGN<br />

Livable. Lovable. Luxury.<br />

Kacey Graham<br />

Kacey@BoehmGrahamDesign.com<br />

BoehmGrahamDesign.com<br />

(617) 692-0400<br />

THE COTTAGE<br />

15 Monument Street, Concord, MA<br />

978-369-2000<br />

www.thecottage.com<br />

Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 5 PM<br />

Photography by Warren Patterson<br />

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Elemental Style<br />

AIR<br />

WATER<br />

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FIRE<br />

EARTH<br />

Air. Fire. Water. Earth. These ancient elements have always held power, but they become all the more dynamic<br />

when combined with spectacular scenery. Builders, architects and landscape architects are harnessing their raw<br />

energy and aesthetic, wowing thier clients like never before. Here follows our ode to the elements, and to the<br />

trade professionals channeling them in bold and exciting ways….<br />

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1. Andrew A. Flake, Inc.; Hutker Architects, Inc.; Horiuchi Solien Landscape Architect; Wells and Fox<br />

2. Duckham Architecture & Interiors; Steven J. Bishopric, Inc. 3. Jill Neubauer Architects; Cape Associates, Inc.<br />

4. Jill Neubauer Architects; Cape Associates, Inc. 5. Patrick Ahearn Architect; Colonial Reproductions, Inc.<br />

6. C.H. Newton Builders, Inc.; Leroy Street Studio 7. Kistler & Knapp Builders, Inc.; Foster Associates<br />

Photography 1. Brian Vanden Brink; 2. Richard Mandelkorn; 3. & 4. Dan Cutrona; 5. Greg Premru; 6. Christian Phillips & Adlife; 7. Warren Jagger<br />

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A I R<br />

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F<br />

1. Cataldo Custom Builders, Inc.; Bilowz Associates, Inc. 2. Sea-Dar Construction; Hutker Architects, Inc.;<br />

Vivian Hedges Interiors; Herrick & White Architectural Woodworkers; Horiuchi Solien Landscape Architect<br />

3. Schumacher Companies 4. Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders<br />

5. Patrick Ahearn Architect; E.J. Jaxtimer<br />

Photography 1. Greg Bilowz; 2. Brian Vanden Brink; 3. Mitch Harper; 4. Brian Vanden Brink; 5. Dan Cutrona<br />

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I R E<br />

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WA<br />

1. Patrick Ahearn Architect; Colonial Reproductions, Inc. 2. Schumacher Companies<br />

3. Cataldo Custom Builders, Inc. 4. Andrew A. Flake, Inc.; Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Associates;<br />

Stephen Stimson Associates 5. Sea-Dar Construction; Hutker Architects, Inc.;<br />

Vivian Hedges Interiors; Herrick & White<br />

Photography 1. Greg Premru; 2. Mitch Harper; 3. Dan Cutrona; 4. Peter Vanderwarker, Bob Gothard; 5. Brian Vanden Brink<br />

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E A<br />

1. Kimberly Mercurio Landscape Architecture 2. Dan Gordon Landscape Architects;<br />

3. LDa Architecture & Interiors; Curtin Construction Company; Gregory Lombardi Design<br />

4. Andrew A. Flake, Inc.; Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Associates; Stephen Stimson Associates<br />

5. Andrew A. Flake, Inc.; Robert Young Architects; Horiuchi Solien Landscape Architects<br />

6. LDa Architecture & Interiors; Curtin Construction Company; Gregory Lombardi Design<br />

Photography 1. Kimberly Mercurio; 2. Charles Mayer; 3. Neil Landino; 4. Peter Vanderwarker, Bob Gothard; 5. Todd Burdette; 6. Rosemary Fletcher<br />

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Save The Dates! Boston<br />

Celebrates<br />

Design<br />

March 27 - April 7, 2019<br />

Sixth Annual<br />

March 27 - April 7<br />

12-Day Citywide Festival<br />

Host or Sponsor an Event!<br />

Contact us for Details.<br />

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Gala + Weekend Expo<br />

Be among 50 Select Exhibitors<br />

AD2021Home.com<br />

Penne Pavone round platter, (detail)<br />

Courtesy of Bellezza Home & Garden,<br />

one of 50 exhibitors in AD20/21 HOME.<br />

Sponsored by:<br />

Produced by Fusco & Four/Ventures, LLC<br />

www.BostonArtFairs.com


INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL<br />

ARCHITECTURE & ART<br />

NEW ENGLAND<br />

2019 CALL FOR ENTRIES<br />

BULFINCH AWARDS<br />

The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is pleased<br />

to announce its Eighth Bulfinch Awards. Named for Boston architect Charles Bulfinch<br />

(1763-1844), America’s first native-born architect and the designer of the Massachusetts<br />

State House, the awards recognize the best work of individuals and firms in the fields of<br />

architecture, art, interiors, traditional trades, and landscape design to preserve<br />

and advance the classical tradition in New England.<br />

Deadline December 15, 2018<br />

For more information about submission requirements,<br />

visit www.classicist-ne.org/bulfinch-awards-1/


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A sculptural contemporary home<br />

exalts its craggy coastal views<br />

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“Everyone likes modern cars and modern<br />

fashion, why not modern architecture?”<br />

muses Adolfo Perez, principal of Adolfo<br />

Perez Architect, who is known throughout<br />

New England for his contemporary constructs.<br />

“To say you don’t like modern architecture<br />

just doesn’t make sense to me as an<br />

aesthetic choice.”<br />

Many of the style’s hallmarks—an inherent relationship<br />

to site, a mindfulness for materials, a bona fide<br />

indoor-outdoor relationship, a flat roof—can become<br />

pastiches if not well thought out. That isn’t the case<br />

for Perez. With all of his architecture, he ruminates<br />

over details large and small. A new home in Manchester-by-the-Sea,<br />

perched atop a cliff overlooking the<br />

rocky terrain and tides of the Atlantic, epitomizes his<br />

aesthetic approach.<br />

Says Paul Reidt, president of Kochman Reidt + Haigh<br />

Cabinetmakers (KR+H), who worked on the project,<br />

“Adolfo can go from the global to a molecular level<br />

of detail.” Which, for this home, meant “a very crisp<br />

modernist detailing and an exacting vocabulary.”<br />

The home’s exterior represents the global end of the<br />

spectrum. “We all agreed that the home had to be<br />

stone,” says Perez, who selected granite due to the<br />

pronounced stone outcropping fringed by thickets<br />

of vegetation. Perez would have gone darker yet to<br />

reflect the palisades, but the client preferred a lighter<br />

shade of gray. The granite chosen has an organic<br />

appeal that speaks to its site, as well as permanence,<br />

says Perez, and a windswept—and sunswept—vibe.<br />

The roof is a maintenance-free, lead-coated copper.<br />

Where others in New England have a predilection for<br />

wood, shingles or clapboard, Perez employs stucco,<br />

stone and lead-coated zinc—“durable materials that<br />

can stand the test of time.”<br />

Architect: Adolfo Perez Architect<br />

Builder: Karpowich Building Contractors<br />

Interior design: Meichi Peng Design Studio<br />

Kitchen Cabinetry: Kochman Reidt + Haigh<br />

Millwork: Herrick & White Architectural<br />

Woodworkers<br />

Stone: Cumar, Inc.<br />

Tile Installation: Installations Plus<br />

Technology Consultant: Eric Thompson<br />

Landscape Architect: ZEN Associates<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Text: Sandy Giardi<br />

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The limestone fireplace commands attention as the focal<br />

point in the room and serves as an architectural divider. It is<br />

designed and detailed differently one side to the other, with a<br />

beautiful bench feature by Cumar, Inc.<br />

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The contemporary kitchen, which was zoned specifically to<br />

take full advantage of the home’s main asset—the ocean.<br />

The rectangular layout has a “sociable arrangement” with<br />

dual islands topped by hardy quartzite by Cumar, Inc. that<br />

“waterfalls” on both ends. The counters are echoed by the<br />

limestone and tile installed by Installations Plus of the hearth.<br />

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Perez uses materials to forward the design. His choices<br />

are integral to the structure, sculptural even. “This same<br />

house rendered in wood or plaster wouldn’t look the<br />

same,” he says. Besides, granite, steel and glass have an<br />

essential nature, he continues. “They’re not trying to be<br />

anything they’re not.”<br />

Glass was a must for this private home that drinks in the<br />

azure waters at its feet. By all accounts, the setting is<br />

exquisite, rife with cantilevered spaces that take you<br />

closer still to the elements. “The home is in service to<br />

the view,” says Perez. “The view becomes everything.<br />

The house is almost incidental to it.”<br />

The architect doesn’t see the structure as modern with<br />

a capital “M,” no doubt because the homeowners—<br />

fearlessly, credits Reidt—left a traditional home in<br />

Hamilton, for this clean, minimalist new home by the<br />

sea. Perez, together with interior designer Meichi Peng of<br />

Meichi Peng Design Studio, called for interior architecture<br />

that is as crisp as can be, using rich materials of stone,<br />

wood and tile in ways that keep the surfaces simple, and<br />

the forms seamless and appreciated.<br />

In the kitchen, KR+H sank its teeth into the modernist<br />

details and finishes selected by Peng, like “assertive”<br />

quartzite countertops, an absence of hardware (and the<br />

complications thereof), and shelving fronted by clear and<br />

back-painted glass, which is, typically, not a cabinetmaker’s<br />

medium. “To the casual observer, modernist detailing<br />

may look simple, but it isn’t,” explains Reidt, giving a nod<br />

to the molecular. “Every detail plays a role.”<br />

The bedroom overhangs the ocean and revels in the view.<br />

The glass balconies nearly disappear but are essential, says<br />

Perez. “When you do floor-to-ceiling glass, you have to open<br />

up to something.” Left: The stair is the knuckle of the home,<br />

and takes a sculptural shape. The travertine floor comes from<br />

a full block from Italy that was dry laid and numbered. Its<br />

connected veining is “unlike any other project,” says Peng.<br />

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The house’s many seating areas have distinct designs and purposes<br />

within its open plan. This allows the homeowner to experience the<br />

living spaces in many different ways—from convening at the dinner<br />

table to quietly reading a book by the ocean.<br />

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For the furnishings, Peng took a gentler approach, using<br />

the interior design scheme to reconcile the clients’ two<br />

disparate worlds. Peng struck a transitional balance within<br />

the homeowners’ comfort zone that also ties in the cherished,<br />

classic art collection from their former home. “We<br />

didn’t go for slick, modern furniture,” maintains Peng.<br />

“We wanted a clean, modern look, but with a softness.” In<br />

this sense, the furnishings became a bridge between the<br />

artwork and the contemporary interior, and the art was<br />

better for it, underscores Peng, because of the contrast.<br />

The home’s monochromatic palette was driven by the<br />

landscape, with pale sea foam colors that stretch from one<br />

room to the next. The overarching concept reflects the<br />

“tranquility of the space,” says Peng, as well as the outside<br />

environment. It is light and airy, and inspired by the<br />

ocean vistas, rock formations and natural colors of the site.<br />

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A<br />

ONE<br />

gracious new home in Wellesley<br />

NATURE<br />

revels in its lush, leafy site.<br />

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“From the wood shingles to the copper downspouts<br />

to the stone chimneys with caps, the details of this<br />

home truly say ‘New England.’ ”<br />

—Bryan Sweeney, Sweeney Custom Homes<br />

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Standing within her elegant, cream-colored<br />

living room, which adjoins a bright, four-season<br />

sunroom, which, in turn, opens up to lush<br />

grounds gilded by the dappled light of deciduous<br />

canopy trees, a homeowner shares that she and<br />

her husband sought out Patrick Ahearn Architect<br />

to design “a new home that looks old” for her<br />

picturesque, forested lot in Wellesley.<br />

They went to the right place. Brand-new builds imbued<br />

with understated grace and generations-old character are<br />

a hallmark of the Boston and Martha’s Vineyard-based<br />

firm. True to his unique brand of architectural alchemy,<br />

principal Patrick Ahearn, FAIA, together with Sweeney<br />

Custom Homes & Renovations, delivered a picturesque<br />

gambrel very much at ease in its idyllic New England setting,<br />

or, shares the architect, “a grand country house that<br />

feels like it could have been built in the ’20s.”<br />

The only tip-off that the home might be a modern-day<br />

creation is its pronounced connection to the outdoors, a<br />

virtue increasingly prized today. Almost every room of the<br />

house ushers in the natural backdrop through oversized<br />

windows and French doors, creating “romantic, intimate<br />

and carefully crafted spaces that change with the seasons,”<br />

says Ahearn.<br />

Principal Dan Gordon of Dan Gordon Landscape Architects<br />

saw to it, specifying a mix of native and ornamental<br />

plantings that brings blossoms come spring, vivid greenery<br />

throughout the summer, fiery hues in autumn and<br />

snow-draped evergreens and crystalline boughs in winter,<br />

enhancing the landscape in a way that develops the site’s<br />

existing topography. Like Ahearn, Gordon’s touch is<br />

unassuming but masterful, and respectful of the implied<br />

history of the terrain. “We were trying to create a landscape<br />

that felt like it fit,” says Gordon, nestling “the home<br />

comfortably into the natural setting.”<br />

Architect: Patrick Ahearn Architect<br />

Construction and Stonework: Sweeney Custom<br />

Homes & Renovations<br />

Interiors: Mollie Johnson Interiors<br />

Landscape Architect: Dan Gordon Landscape<br />

Architects<br />

Landscape Construction: The Picot Company<br />

Photography: Greg Premru<br />

Text: Sandy Giardi<br />

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The living room and adjoining sunroom occupy the more formal<br />

wing of the home. Coffered ceilings, a limestone fireplace surround,<br />

alabaster lamps and refined furnishings coalesce for an air<br />

of serenity and a garden feel. The occasional accent of burnished<br />

wood—a favorite of the homeowner—is the deepest tone in a<br />

largely ivory color palette.<br />

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Though large, the home has a “cottage-like feel,” says<br />

Ahearn, and scale is the secret weapon. While the architect<br />

could have designed the home up to 36 feet tall, he<br />

explains, he capped it at 26, eschewing ostentation for a<br />

sense of intimacy and timelessness that makes it all but<br />

impossible to discern if it was constructed days or decades<br />

ago.<br />

Interior designer Mollie Johnson of Mollie Johnson Interiors<br />

was like-minded in her approach, weaving a look of<br />

classic, quiet elegance within rooms that relate to one another,<br />

and to the architecture as a whole. “Mollie Johnson<br />

really got it,” praises Ahearn. “The scale of the furniture,<br />

the materials, the soft colorway, her perfect choices of<br />

fabric and window treatments—she did a first-class job.”<br />

The panel system of a modest stairway continues to the second<br />

floor, drawing you upstairs. Right: “The shape of the gambrel form<br />

is expressed within the bedroom chamber itself,” says Ahearn. It<br />

is highly detailed and panelized, with an elliptical window with<br />

treetop views and a private balcony.<br />

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“The master bedroom suite falls outside the main<br />

circulation of the house and is meant to be a quiet<br />

oasis overlooking the woodland.” —Patrick Ahearn<br />

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The home’s symmetry and organization provide Dan Gordon with<br />

an added dimension for landscape design. A family room and<br />

breakfast area lead to an open-air porch (complete with a chunky,<br />

fieldstone fireplace), forming the more casual zone of the home.<br />

Right: A bluestone terrace off the central dining room is flanked<br />

by an alfresco porch and enclosed sunroom for “the best of both<br />

worlds,” says Ahearn.<br />

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Johnson attributes her success to the trust that developed<br />

with the homeowner, along with a mutual affinity for<br />

French and neoclassical design, antiques and a well-placed<br />

Greek key pattern (“an obsession,” reveals Johnson).<br />

Throughout the interiors, color and pattern were kept to<br />

a minimum so as not to distract from the scenes unfolding<br />

on the other side of the glass. When color is used, Johnson<br />

turns to tones found in nature, like rich mahogany and<br />

moss green, further strengthening the bond of the indoor<br />

and outdoor realms.<br />

There is a remarkable kinship between the terrain and<br />

architecture. Natural features—like the pine grove with tall<br />

oaks preserved in the arrival sequence and the ledge in<br />

the rear of the home—as well as the house’s symmetry,<br />

materials and organization provided Gordon with many<br />

opportunities to cultivate interest, beauty and experiences<br />

in outdoor living.<br />

The landscape never steals the spotlight, however; it is an<br />

intrinsic part of the whole. “Dan Gordon does beautiful<br />

and thoughtful work,” says Ahearn, “yet it doesn’t upstage<br />

the architecture.” Gordon finds the glory in “letting<br />

the land be natural and letting it be itself.”<br />

It is a symbiotic and seamless project to be sure. Between<br />

the site conditions and the designed spaces, “the house<br />

came together beautifully,’’ says Gordon. In the end, the<br />

home has an idyllic and enduring appeal far exceeding the<br />

clients’ expectations.<br />

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Custom Kitchens,<br />

Baths & Appliances<br />

As the most popular room of the home, your dream kitchen requires<br />

a thoughtful design that’s as functional as it is beautiful. The master<br />

bath, however, can be your own sanctuary, cultivated for relaxation and<br />

rejuvenation.<br />

Kitchen Design by Roomscapes Cabinetry and Design Center<br />

Photography by Dan Cutrona<br />

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PROfile<br />

Photography by Richard Mandelkorn; Portrait Photography by Roger Pelissier<br />

Your Lifestyle, Your Kitchen<br />

Shouldn’t the most popular room in the house be the most extraordinary? Owner Bill Prachnick of Architectural Kitchens, Inc. answers<br />

with a resounding yes.<br />

While the ideal kitchen balances aesthetics and functionality, it should also be a reflection of homeowners and their lifestyles, maintains<br />

Prachnick. For this reason, every design at Architectural Kitchens—from remodels to those installed in new constructions—is personalized<br />

and made to order. Beautifully.<br />

Highly regarded by interior designers and architects alike, Architectural Kitchens is known for its artful cabinetry and exquisite craftsmanship,<br />

and its work graces some of New England’s grandest residences. Since its inception in 1996, Architectural Kitchens has championed<br />

superior workmanship, attention to detail and customer service—core standards that are markedly clear in each and every kitchen project.<br />

Architectural Kitchens has seen tremendous growth in their remodeling business. With three registered licensed and insured contractors on<br />

staff, they remain poised to service all aspects of kitchen design and remodeling.<br />

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PROfile<br />

Architectural Kitchens has been serving Boston and<br />

the Metrowest area for more than 20 years.<br />

Bill Prachnick, Owner<br />

310B Washington Street, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481<br />

781-239-9750 | www.architecturalkitchens.com<br />

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Photography: Dan Cutrona<br />

A 40-Year Legacy in Extraordinary Design<br />

Whether your style is modern or traditional our goal is to curate designs<br />

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Find inspiration at our elegantly appointed showroom & boutique design center<br />

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CABINETRY AND DESIGN CENTER<br />

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PROfile<br />

CULINARY<br />

ART<br />

In operation for over 56 years, Jarvis Appliance knows that attractive appliances are essential to gorgeous kitchen designs—just ask<br />

the designers, architects and homeowners who shop their state-of-the-art showroom. Brimming with sleek, high-performance refrigerators,<br />

ranges, dishwashers and ovens, the wares of Jarvis Appliance elevate a home cook’s kitchen to executive chef level.<br />

Designed to complement any palette or millwork, or even disappear seamlessly into today’s contemporary kitchen, Jarvis Appliance<br />

carries coveted brands including AGA, Bosch, Jenn-Air, Miele, Viking, Thermador and more.<br />

A family-run business with both second and third generations, Jarvis Appliance is known for its friendly, personalized service. Customers<br />

can expect expert advice during the buying process and post-purchase care as well, as Jarvis Appliance’s highly-skilled technicians<br />

“service what they sell.”<br />

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PROfile<br />

Whether you are looking for one appliance<br />

or a complete kitchen, Jarvis Appliance has<br />

the knowledge and expertise to create your<br />

dream kitchen.<br />

958 Worcester Street (Route 9)<br />

Wellesley, MA 02482<br />

(781) 235-5112<br />

www.jarvisapplianceinc.com<br />

Photography by Roger Pelissier<br />

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Texture Brushed Finish on<br />

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Available direct, nationwide<br />

Work with one of our<br />

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Access this one-of-a-kind experience at clarkeliving.com<br />

New England’s Official Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen<br />

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WEST YARMOUTH, MA<br />

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EDGARTOWN, MA<br />

25 Eastline Road<br />

(508) 696-9930<br />

NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA<br />

Triboro/Shaw’s Plaza<br />

11 Robert F. Toner Blvd.<br />

(508) 695-1770<br />

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582 Quaker Highway<br />

(508) 278-7761<br />

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GUILFORD, CT<br />

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Open up your design to a fresh look.<br />

No matter what look you have in mind, Kohler has your style. And Kohler is just one of<br />

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and bath designers have access to them all. And it means you have the creative freedom to<br />

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dreamed it would be. All the choices you can imagine, all under one roof!<br />

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Let the professionals<br />

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Jodi Swartz, CKBR, UDCP • 978-257-0004 • www.kitchenvisions.com<br />

Photography by Greg Premru<br />

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Design/Build, Renovation &<br />

Restoration<br />

Whether realizing your own vision from the inception,<br />

expanding or reworking an existing space to better meet your needs or<br />

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build field are masters in the art of transformation and custom builds.<br />

Construction by Combined Energy Systems, Inc.<br />

and Robmar Design Associates, Inc.<br />

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precisionfinishboston.com • phone 617-206-8689<br />

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CLASSIC BARN ARCHITECTURE WITH MODERN 21 ST CENTURY BUILD TECHNOLOGIES<br />

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Photography by Bob Gothard


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PROfile<br />

The<br />

Touch<br />

CRAFTSMANSHIP ACROSS THE BOARD<br />

Craftsmanship, quality and speed, that’s the vision at the heart of Vintage Builders. That, of course,<br />

and authenticity—right down to owner John Hourihan’s 1969 F100 shortbed Ford.<br />

Vintage Builders builds homes like they should be made, that’s the nuts and bolts of it, doing the<br />

work by hand and using only the finest materials. On a Vintage home, “nails are the only thing<br />

you’ll find from a big box store,” says Hourihan; the company is dedicated to constructing houses<br />

with a singular flair.<br />

Old-school values, approachability and an enthusiasm for hard work are also prized. In fact,<br />

Hourihan went into building because “he wanted to put a smile on someone’s face.”<br />

Clients also find old-fashioned customer care and Vintage concierge service—homes have a<br />

warranty for as long as you live there.<br />

Vintage Builders<br />

Serving Boston and Metrowest<br />

617-454-7596<br />

@heresjohnnyh<br />

@vintagebuilders<br />

www.vintagebuilders.org<br />

Photography by Liam McInerney<br />

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Architectural<br />

Millwork & Wood<br />

Refinishing<br />

As one of a room’s defining features, woodwork brings dimension, texture<br />

and beauty to the home, elevating a living space. Because millwork is<br />

ingrained with a home’s architecture, it has weight and permanence, as<br />

well as an inherent character.<br />

Millwork by Modern Heritage<br />

Photography by Shelly Harrison<br />

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JH KLEIN WASSINK<br />

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We fabricate, finish and install individual pieces or all the cabinetry, woodwork and furniture<br />

for your entire home or business in a full range of styles from traditional to contemporary.<br />

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Photography by Richard Mandelkorn<br />

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Architect: Jan Gleysteen Architects<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

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phone 978-469-0315 • www.walterlanecabinetmaker.com<br />

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Builder: Brendon Homes; Photography: Greg Premru<br />

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60 Pleasant Street, Suite 8, Ashland, Massachusetts 01721 • 508.309.7118


W e Make Wood Beautiful<br />

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Doors, Windows,<br />

Flooring & Metalworks<br />

Like never before, these features are key players in home design. Today’s<br />

doors and windows welcome the outdoors in, add architectural interest<br />

and frame showstopping views. Handcrafted ironworks and decorative<br />

hardware, while smaller details, add both flair and impact.<br />

Architecture by Patrick Ahearn Architect<br />

Construction by Sweeney Custom Homes, Inc.<br />

Windows by Pella<br />

Photograph by Greg Premru<br />

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Architect: Peter Sachs; Photography: Keitaro Yoshioka Photography<br />

Pella Windows & Doors<br />

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New England’s PREMIER Wood Flooring Specialists!<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Since 1984, David J. Galvin Flooring has been providing the highest quality<br />

workmanship and customer service in the industry. This commitment has<br />

allowed us to continuously expand our customer base and distinguish ourselves<br />

as one of the most trusted and reliable hardwood flooring professionals.<br />

Groton: 978-448-3206 • Acton: 978-263-3207 • Wellesley: 781-239-3206<br />

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Meet Paul Meneses, founder of<br />

Make Architectural Metalworking<br />

There is nothing Paul Meneses, founder of Make Architectural<br />

Metalworking, likes more than being hands-on in<br />

his shop or on an installation, and present for the design<br />

and fabrication of custom architectural metalwork. Good<br />

thing, because the demand for his medium has exploded<br />

within the last decade, and he has positioned his versatile<br />

studio to ride the groundswell.<br />

Meneses comes at metalworking from an art background.<br />

He has molded galvanized and stainless steel for public<br />

art in South Boston and contributed fabricated aluminum<br />

for a rainbow-hued artscape at the Guggenheim Museum<br />

and a stacked sculpture on the lawn of the Albright-Knox<br />

Art Gallery. And, while he has done corporate work for<br />

well-known commercial endeavors in places from L.A.,<br />

and N.Y.C. to local Assembly Row, Make Architectural<br />

Metalworking’s bespoke creations are also available to<br />

homeowners, architects, builders and interior designers.<br />

His studio, which is staffed by “like-minded people with<br />

an attention to detail and craft,” includes welders, fabricators<br />

and machinists, who work on projects large and<br />

small. Though the<br />

style is most often<br />

clean-lined and contemporary,<br />

pieces run<br />

the gamut—taking<br />

the form of stairs and<br />

railings to furniture,<br />

fireplace surrounds<br />

and landscape features.<br />

The metals are also varied. While steel (particularly<br />

oxidized with a great dark patina) is the most popular,<br />

bronze and stainless also have a following. They also work<br />

in copper, aluminum, brass and titanium.<br />

While Meneses has little time to devote to sculpture outside<br />

the studio these days, Make’s one-of-a-kind pieces<br />

feed that “creative and sculptural need.” Meneses is passionate<br />

about his craft and where it takes him. Because of<br />

the nature of the work, each day is unique—and fulfilling.<br />

“Every project is a learning moment,” says Meneses. “You<br />

take away something from every project.”<br />

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Unexpected finishes and one-of-kind decorative pieces that delight the eye.<br />

Original artisanal creations in wrought iron, leather, metal, furniture and lighting.<br />

Cape Cod Cupola Co., Inc.<br />

Manufacturers of<br />

quality cupolas in<br />

wood and AZEK<br />

(PVC), as well as<br />

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Signature metalwork for distinctive homes.<br />

www.capecodcupola.com • 508-994-2119<br />

78 State Road • Dartmouth, MA 02747<br />

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Jeff Soderbergh’s sculpture for Kohler captivates at 7 Tide<br />

Photography: Liam McInerney<br />

“We kept the gray side down,” says Soderbergh. “As you walk underneath it, the gray<br />

part faces you, while the rest of the wood is all milled and beautiful and bright,” juxtaposing<br />

shadow and shine.<br />

When sustainable artist Jeff Soderbergh was<br />

approached by Jamie Reardon, owner of Supply<br />

New England, to provide a dramatic ceiling<br />

element for their flagship showroom project<br />

with Kohler on the waterfront, he urged them<br />

to consider “what they wanted in their hearts.”<br />

Once he saw the space and discussed initial<br />

concepts, he set to sketching, dreaming up<br />

the Kohler Wave, a hanging sculpture that<br />

uses reclaimed wood salvaged from a nearby<br />

pier from the early 1800s invoking the movement<br />

of water. Director of Showrooms Sabrina<br />

DaLomba and the team at Supply New England<br />

were sold in one sketch.<br />

DaLomba first learned of Soderbergh, who has<br />

a Newport studio and a warehouse full of historical,<br />

reclaimed materials that he crafts into<br />

art, furniture and flooring, from a friend. The<br />

referral came at the exact time she needed an<br />

artist who does expressly what he does. “It’s<br />

like it fell out of the sky,” she says, with wonder<br />

in her voice. Once she learned that they could<br />

“drill down regionally, not only to Boston, but<br />

to the harbor” for the materials, it was a lock.<br />

Building the Kohler Wave was a challenge, but<br />

Soderbergh learned years ago to say yes to<br />

things he hasn’t done. With 405 pieces in total,<br />

and at 32x12 feet, the work would have to be<br />

modular in order to get it in the door. A cradle<br />

was designed to allow the work to be assembled<br />

within it and lifted from the cradle rather<br />

than the sculpture. Artisan Building Group<br />

installed Soderbergh’s vision, with the full team<br />

hoisting the Kohler Wave high, “like Olympic<br />

rowers,” says Soderbergh.<br />

Supply New England was so enamored with<br />

Soderbergh’s work that they commissioned<br />

Array, a second sculpture for the showroom.<br />

The radiant work is comprised of ballast stone<br />

dredged from Boston Harbor, and serves as a<br />

rugged, organic backdrop to a chic, freestanding<br />

Kohler tub with a ceiling filler that sends a<br />

steady stream of water from above.<br />

Both works required much in the way of<br />

design, man-hours, tech and engineering, but<br />

more than delivered the impact Supply New<br />

England was after. Kohler was dazzled. Now,<br />

says DaLomba, “they hope their customers see<br />

the magic, too.”<br />

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Furniture, Textiles &<br />

Decorative Accessories<br />

You’ve found the perfect home; now make it your own. Many designers work<br />

from the ground up, beginning with a stunning rug or carpet. Today’s furnishings<br />

create just the right look—from sleek and clean-lined forms to looks of refined<br />

elegance, and every style in between. Accessories, accents and textiles<br />

personalize a living space, and speak volumes about the homeowner.<br />

Home furnishings by Artefact Home|Garden<br />

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ANTHONY<br />

CATALFANO<br />

HOME<br />

Timeless Design Classically Chic<br />

Home Furnishings & Accents<br />

OPEN DAILY 207.646.1110 2190 Rt 1 Wells, ME www.anthonycatalfanohome.com


FORGED BRONZE TABLE IV<br />

Polished white bronze<br />

Genuine shagreen top<br />

Starfire glass shelf<br />

Made-to-order, custom sizes<br />

and finishes available.<br />

ailanthus<br />

Boston Design Center | Suites 434 & 442 | 617.482.5605 | www.ailanthusltd.com


How<br />

is<br />

your furniture?<br />

Offering a beautiful custom upholstered furniture collection using all natural and non-toxic ingredients.<br />

Certified organic natural latex rubber, FSC-certified solid maple frame, wool batting, organic cotton<br />

canvas, no-VOC leg stain and GOTS certified organic upholstery fabrics.<br />

348 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 · 978-440-8211 · www.pureupholstery.com


The Comforts of Home & Garden<br />

The Outdoor Living Store<br />

Outdoor Furniture<br />

Garden Gifts<br />

Statuary<br />

Perennials<br />

Annuals<br />

Trees & Shrubs<br />

Pottery<br />

Fountains<br />

Umbrellas<br />

Fire Pits Sunbrella Cushions Tableware<br />

Designers welcome<br />

Closed Tuesdays<br />

National Furniture<br />

Retailer of the Year in<br />

the Casual Furnishings<br />

Industry<br />

1265 Massachusetts Avenue | Lexington, Massachusetts<br />

781-861-1200 | www.seasonsfour.com


custom furniture - lighting – decorative accessories – objects of desire<br />

Verellen Studio at Artefact Home<br />

an ever-evolving collection of artisan work<br />

retail + to the trade<br />

1000 pleasant street, belmont, ma 02478 inquiries 617.993.3347 artefacthome.com


Color. Style.<br />

Choose Yours.<br />

The Mill at Newton Lower <strong>Fall</strong>s<br />

2284 Washington Street, Newton Lower <strong>Fall</strong>s, MA 02462, 617-244-2553, gregorianrugs.com


UPHOLSTERED HEADBOARDS


PROfile<br />

Art<br />

Makes the Difference<br />

Just twenty minutes from Boston, on Route 9 in Natick, Renjeau Galleries maintains a<br />

comprehensive collection of fine art by some of the region’s finest established and emerging artists.<br />

The main gallery, a 100-year-old home with several showrooms, contains the majority of the<br />

collection. A smaller annex building on the property provides an intimate space used for special<br />

exhibitions, highlighting a particular artist, or private viewings.<br />

Many customers enjoy scheduling appointments in the gallery to see the artwork they have<br />

previewed on Renjeau’s expansive website. It’s an ideal solution for busy clients, and is often<br />

combined with borrowing on approval or an in-home consultation, which enables clients to<br />

visualize the art in the home or office space.<br />

Additionally, Renjeau offers an incredible selection of custom framing choices as well as expert<br />

fine art restoration.<br />

Renjeau Galleries<br />

79 Worcester Street<br />

Natick, MA 01760<br />

(508) 655-5121<br />

www.renjeau.com<br />

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seasonal Cape Cod showroom<br />

11 West Main St<br />

Wellfleet, MA 02667<br />

open May - December<br />

year round Newport, RI studio<br />

by appointment only<br />

401.845.9087<br />

info@jeffsoderbergh.com<br />

patchwork bone maple / solid bronze<br />

JEFFSODERBERGH.COM<br />

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Elegance<br />

Meets Excellence<br />

Boston Billiard Emporium<br />

combines a passion for antiques<br />

with painstaking craftsmanship.<br />

PROfile l e<br />

The “Golden Age of Billiards” lasted from the 1860’s until the Great Depression. During this<br />

period, a billiard table was not simply a game table, it was a piece of furniture of the highest<br />

caliber. These tables were made by the fi nest artisans, using rare woods from all over the world.<br />

Since 1975, Boston Billiard Emporium has been New England’s leading conservator of<br />

antique billiard tables. Owner Stephen Kelly combines his love of antiques with the painstaking<br />

craftsmanship required to bring the exquisite billiard tables of a bygone era back to their<br />

original grandeur.<br />

Their tables have been featured in books, movies and magazines, as well as on NECN’s<br />

“Dream Home” and PBS’ “This Old House”. Many of New England’s interior designers as well<br />

as architects have planned their client’s billiard room around a billiard table and accessories<br />

purchased from Boston Billiards.<br />

New pool tables are also available at Boston Billiard Emporium. These tables can be<br />

customized by selecting the species of wood, color of stain, cloth and pockets so that the table<br />

works better in your space. You will also fi nd a great selection of accessories, as well as a fullservice<br />

repairs department for anything that may go wrong with your table.<br />

343 Medford Street<br />

Somerville, MA 02145<br />

(800) 479-1661<br />

www.bostonbilliards.net<br />

Photography by Warren Patterson<br />

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DESIGN<br />

Lifestyle Place<br />

Discerning Homeowners Find Boston Style and<br />

Sophistication outside the City Limits.<br />

Newton’s “Lifestyle Place” is a suburban design destination with city chic, featuring premium<br />

materials, products and design services for your home—within walking distance. Shop the<br />

integrated showrooms of top-tier purveyors of tile and stone, kitchen and bath fixtures, appliances,<br />

architectural hardware and home accents, cabinetry and furniture design, and more. Dubbed<br />

“Lifestyle Place,” the design mecca calls to architects, interior designers, developers, contractors<br />

and residents with its one-stop shopping, boutique feel, restaurants and cafes. Convenient to<br />

Weston, Wellesley, Route 9 and I-90<br />

SPLASH<br />

This sparkling kitchen and bath showroom and<br />

design center just had an expansive renovation and<br />

is the flagship showroom for Kohler and Kallista.<br />

Splash boasts a wide array of soaking tubs, pedestal<br />

sinks, a dedicated kitchen area, rows and walls of<br />

working sinks, fixtures and hardware, and a spa room<br />

where clients can experience digital showering,<br />

chromotherapy lighting and more.<br />

www.splashspritzo.com<br />

THE GALLERY<br />

OPENING FALL 2018! “A destination showroom<br />

featuring fine custom cabinetry, designed and selected<br />

to reflect your lifestyle for any room of the home. A<br />

personalized experience with endless possibilities”<br />

www.worldwidecabinetsgallery.com<br />

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DISTRICT<br />

BOSTON FINE HOME DETAILS<br />

A showroom sure to stoke the flames of inspiration, Boston Fine Home<br />

Details features custom fireplace packages, natural and cast stone mantels<br />

and the finest architectural hardware in the industry. Also offering in-house<br />

metal refinishing. Additional location in Providence, RI.<br />

www.finehomedetails.com<br />

POIRIER SALES & SERVICE<br />

Family-owned appliance sales and service business since 1962,<br />

specializing in major home appliances from premium brands<br />

like Sub-Zero, Wolf, Viking, Miele, Thermador, and Monogram.<br />

Enjoy the latest in refrigeration, cooking, kitchen cleanup,<br />

laundry, air control, grilling and more, plus in-house parts and<br />

service. Additional location in Norwood, MA.<br />

www.poiriersales.com<br />

IDEAL TILE OF NEWTON<br />

Beautifully-designed imported tiles from the latest<br />

trends to the most cherished traditions. Ideal Tile’s<br />

services include design, sales and installation of stone<br />

and tile. They are a nationally-recognized industry<br />

leader in the residential installation of 6mm porcelain<br />

slabs with skilled crews that offer white-glove treatment.<br />

www.idealtileboston.com<br />

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Distinctive Fine Art<br />

Fine Art • Fine Framing<br />

144 Great Road, Acton, MA • 978.263.5105<br />

www.powersgallery.com • call for hours<br />

extraordinary original artwork,<br />

sculpture, and fine quality prints, all presented<br />

in a beautiful historic home in Acton.<br />

r esiD entiA l & c orporAte consults oFFereD<br />

F ine Linens,<br />

Lighting, Decorative<br />

Accessories<br />

Design Wood Floors<br />

La<br />

Petite<br />

Maison<br />

142 North Street, Hingham Square | 781 741-8393 | www.lapetitemaison.us<br />

designwoodfloors.com • 617.967.4071<br />

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Home Integration<br />

& Lighting<br />

Today’s smart homes are advanced yet user friendly. Controlled from the<br />

touch of a button, surveillance, lighting, shades, audio and visual media<br />

are custom configured to enhance and simplify daily life. Lighting may<br />

be the home’s most underrated element; directly and indirectly, it casts a<br />

mood, spotlights or defines a style.<br />

Home Automation by Creative Systems<br />

Photograph by Anthony Crisafulli<br />

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PROfile<br />

SHOWTIME!<br />

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PROfile<br />

For over 35 years, Creative Systems has provided the latest in integrated systems and<br />

expert installation. Homeowners no longer need to choose technology over style—today’s<br />

applications are seamless and smart. From hidden projectors to invisible screens, a room can<br />

be transformed in a matter of seconds.<br />

Specializing in luxury Boston high-rises as well<br />

as city and suburban residential homes<br />

Home Integration (Alexa & Google Home) • Audio (Sonos) and Video Systems<br />

(Latest 4K Technology) • Lighting Control (Lutron)<br />

Climate & Shade Control • Surveillance Wireless Networks<br />

Natick 508-655-2262 | Osterville 508-420-0918<br />

www.creativesys.com<br />

Photography: Greg Shoop<br />

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NEW<br />

HORIZONS<br />

NEW<br />

The mark of a Maverick resembles the sea. So complex that it’s simple. So beautiful,<br />

you can’t look away. And yet, you know there’s so much more hiding just beneath<br />

HORIZONS<br />

the surface.<br />

At Maverick, we concept, design, install and support the finest and most innovative<br />

media rooms, lighting solutions, window treatments, whole home automation,<br />

security systems and more. And we do it right, the first time, so you can get back to<br />

that big blue sea.<br />

The mark of a Maverick resembles the sea. So complex that it’s simple. So beautiful,<br />

you can’t look away. And yet, you know there’s so much more hiding just beneath<br />

the surface.<br />

At Maverick, we concept, design, install and support the finest and most innovative<br />

media rooms, lighting solutions, window treatments, whole home automation,<br />

security systems and more. And we do it right, the first time, so you can get back to<br />

that big blue sea.<br />

Showrooms in Nashua & Waltham | Full Service on the Cape & Islands<br />

603.490.1177 | maverickintegration.com


THE<br />

SWEETEST<br />

SOUND<br />

Enhance every moment by<br />

filling your home with rich<br />

audio and your heart with<br />

memories that linger long<br />

after the last note.<br />

ELITEMEDIASOLUTIONS.COM<br />

781-237-2929 | 9 FOREST STREET | WELLESLEY HILLS, MA<br />

SURROUND SOUND MUSIC | OUTDOOR AUDIO<br />

HOME THEATER | WHOLE HOME AUTOMATION<br />

HOME NETWORKING | SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS


Creative Custom Lamps, Shade Designs And Lighting<br />

21 Walden Street, Concord, MA<br />

978.369.3000<br />

Hours Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm<br />

www.concordlampandshade.com<br />

CAPE COD LANTERNS<br />

Handcrafted<br />

Brass and Copper Lighting<br />

508.945.1659 | 309 Orleans Rd. | North Chatham, MA | www.capecodlanterns.com<br />

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Theater in an Instant<br />

Music<br />

Video<br />

Lighting<br />

Shading<br />

Communications<br />

Control<br />

Photos: Keitaro Yoshioka Photography<br />

At Cuttng Edge Systems, we’ve been on the forefront of state-of-the-art technology systems<br />

in the home for over 25 years. Architectural audio and visual solutions are our specialty.<br />

How do we do it? In this elegant living room, we installed custom speakers around the<br />

fireplace and hid the surround sound channels, invisibly beneath the plaster. A concealed, 4K<br />

laser projector resides within a sofft to cast brilliant images with High Dynamic Range on a<br />

12-foot, acoustically transparent screen. Blackout shades lower automatically whenever a movie<br />

plays. We can equip any room to transform at the touch of a button.<br />

Cutting Edge Systems • 364 Littleton Rd. • Westford, MA 01886 • (978) 392-1392 • www.cuttingedgehome.com


Yankee<br />

Craftsman<br />

Specializing in Lighting Restoration<br />

New England’s Largest<br />

Selection of Antique Lighting<br />

Celebrating 45 Years in Business<br />

357 Commonwealth Road<br />

Wayland, MA (508) 653-0031<br />

www.yankeecraftsman.com<br />

EST. 1978<br />

Restoration • Retail Sales<br />

of Quality Lighting & Accessories<br />

Appletonlighting.com | CHESTNUT HILL | 617-566-5322<br />

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From disappearing televisions on a 360-degree swivel to fully automated blinds, lighting and audio systems, we create harmony through technology.<br />

CONSULT. DESIGN. INTEGRATE.<br />

Photography: Keitaro Yoshioka<br />

hello@koncerted.com – koncerted.com – 781-893-8610


Stone & Tile<br />

These ‘jewels’ add luster to the kitchen, bath, living room and foyer, as well<br />

as to flooring and fireplaces. Italian marbles, glossy granites, indestructible<br />

quartzes, limestone and semiprecious stones bring opulence and<br />

sophistication to the spaces they grace.<br />

Stone Work by CUMAR Marble and Granite<br />

Architecture by Adolfo Perez Architect<br />

Interior Design by Meichi Peng Design<br />

Photography by Richard Mandelkorn<br />

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ENCHANTING<br />

SURF THE SLABS<br />

ONLY CUMAR<br />

E xot ic . B rea t h t a k i n g. G o rg e o u s . Fun. E x p e r ie n ce s la b u po n s la b<br />

o f t h e wo r l d ’s f i n e s t m a r b l e, g r a n i te, li me s to n e a n d exot ic<br />

s to n e s i n N ew En g la n d ’s la rg e s t w a re h o u s e a n d s h ow room.<br />

T h e re’s o n l y o n e c h o ice. Cuma r.<br />

617.389.7818 | CUMAR.COM<br />

© Image by Greg Premru Photography


PROfile<br />

“We are the industry leader nationwide for the residential<br />

installation of 6mm porcelain slabs.” —Talha Algur, owner


Ideal Tile of Newton brings “tile perfection” to its showroom and<br />

has for 18 years. They work with the most prominent manufacturers<br />

of glass, stone, ceramic, and porcelain, importing materials<br />

directly from Italy. From vibrant water jet mosaics to pristine<br />

porcelain slabs to on-trend subway tiles, the experienced sales<br />

design team can satisfy every decorating need, beautifully.<br />

At Ideal Tile, magnificent porcelain slabs are a specialty—the<br />

company carries more than 61 colors and finish options and over<br />

1200 slabs in stock. More and more residential and commercial<br />

architects are specifying 6mm porcelain slabs for their designs,<br />

and Ideal Tile has remained on the forefront of the material’s<br />

technological advances for years. As a pioneer in the industry,<br />

Ideal Tile has learned how to properly handle the porcelains to<br />

ensure a perfect installation every time. Whether an application<br />

calls for a single sheet of slab, or 120 slabs, the installation<br />

demands an attention to detail and know-how. Ideal Tile’s level of<br />

expertise has led them to develop installation techniques that have<br />

since become the new standard in the industry.<br />

IDEAL<br />

TILE OF<br />

NEWTON<br />

PROfile<br />

Ideal Tile of Newton<br />

244 Needham Street<br />

Newton, MA 02464<br />

617-559-0303<br />

www.idealtileboston.com


Painstakingly Perfect<br />

PLUS,<br />

INC.<br />

For over 34 years, our craftspeople have provided superior service and custom<br />

installations of all large and small format tiles plus so much more.<br />

774.233.0210 | 508.872.TILE<br />

www.installplusinc.com | info@installplusinc.com


distributed by<br />

distributed by<br />

Sintered Stone.<br />

270 University Ave Westwood,<br />

MA 02090 / +1 781 407 9560<br />

www.marbleandgranite.com<br />

Interior and exterior applications: Cladding, Flooring, Countertops, Furniture, Facades.<br />

Resistant to stains, chemicals, extreme temperatures. Light, recyclable and 100% natural.<br />

Maximum format, minimum thickness, different finishes. More than 50 selections available.<br />

Design, Durability, Versatility, Sustainability.<br />

International Recognition 2016-2015


508-620-0775<br />

93 Beaver Street<br />

Framingham, MA 01702<br />

onyxgranite.com<br />

Architect: Patrick Ahearn; Contractor: The Chelsea Company; Cabinets: Kramer’s Custom Kitchen; Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

LOUIS W. MIAN, INC.<br />

Photography by Shelly Harrison<br />

Importer, fabricator, and installer of all types of<br />

natural stone and quartz since 1948.<br />

547 rutherford ave boston 02129<br />

tel 617.241.7900 fax 617.241.5895 www.louismian.com<br />

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WESTBROOK INTERIORS<br />

SPANISH WHITE & GREY MARBLE<br />

OAK SBIANCATO ENGINEERED WOOD<br />

BOSTON CHICAGO DALLAS LOS ANGELES NEW YORK PALM BEACH SAN FRANCISCO<br />

1 Boston Design Center Place, Suite 435 | 617.261.9736 | 888.845.3487<br />

info@parisceramicsusa.com | www.parisceramicsusa.com


Save The Date!<br />

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Landscape Architects<br />

Landscape architects imagine the outdoor living spaces that have redefined<br />

homes in New England. Considering both hardscape and softscape, these<br />

professionals play up a site to its fullest advantage when conceiving formal,<br />

woodland or pool gardens, terraces and outdoor kitchens.<br />

Landscape Architecture by Gregory Lombardi Design<br />

Photograph by Richard Mandelkorn<br />

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Landscape Architecture<br />

LombardiDesign.com


Photo: Rick Mandelkorn


Sudbury<br />

Design<br />

Group<br />

LANDSCAPE<br />

ARCHITECTURE<br />

CONSTRUCTION<br />

ESTATE CARE<br />

Sudbury MA<br />

Osterville MA<br />

SUDBURYDESIGN.COM<br />

978.443.3638


Landscape Architecture<br />

TheMacDowellCompany.com 781.899.9393


WELLESLEY ~ EDGARTOWN<br />

DANGORDON.COM


Land Selection & Planning Landscape Architecture<br />

& Construction<br />

“True peace, is the<br />

harmony between man<br />

and nature.”<br />

-George Pellettieri, ASLA, PLA<br />

President, Landscape Architect<br />

Photo credit: Jeff Sinon Photography<br />

Fine Gardening<br />

PellettieriAssoc.com 888.826.2275


Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

WWW.M-D-L-A.COM | 203.592.4788


LEBLANC JONES LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS<br />

617.426.6475 | leblancjones.com


Landscape<br />

Landscape contractors sculpt the grounds and cultivate the terrain that<br />

inspires us to get outdoors. From masonry and construction to plantings,<br />

fencing, maintenance and irrigation, these professionals keep our terraces<br />

and gardens glorious in all four seasons.<br />

Landscape construction by R.P. Marzilli & Co.<br />

Photograph by Rosemary Fletcher Photography<br />

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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL<br />

Hardscape Design & Installation<br />

WWW.TRIADASSOCIATESINC.COM<br />

Certified Techo-Bloc Installer<br />

Pavers Exposed Aggregate Natural Stone Stamped Concrete Block Walls<br />

(978) 373-4223<br />

TRIAD ASSOCIATES, INC. - 100 DOWNING AVENUE - HAVERHILL, MA 01830


LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE: STEPHEN STIMSON ASSOCIATES; PHOTOGRAPHY: ROSEMARY FLETCHER<br />

LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION | MASONRY | MAINTENANCE<br />

R.P. MaRzilli & Co., inC. | (508) 533.8700<br />

www.rpmarzilli.com


selecthort icu lture inc.<br />

PREM IUM PLANT MATERIAL<br />

LANCASTER MASSACHUSETTS GREENWICH CONNECTICUT SELECTHORTICULTURE.COM 978 365 6677


If You Dream It, We Can Build It<br />

Fences | Gates | Railings | Pergolas | Arbors | Architectural Metal<br />

Contact Us for Our Free Design Catalog & Professional Consultation<br />

www.perfectionfence.com 781-837-3600<br />

sales@perfectionfence.com<br />

800-537-2900


Where dreams take shape and ideas come to life…<br />

Atlantic View Inc.<br />

Landscape Construction<br />

Our passion is visible in each project<br />

we create and our skills are evident in<br />

each unique landscape.<br />

1-877-ATL-VIEW (285-8439)<br />

www.atlanticviewinc.com


O<br />

Over<br />

2,000 mature<br />

trees available<br />

to instantly<br />

establish your<br />

landscape.<br />

• Massachusetts Certified<br />

Arborists<br />

• Owner Operated<br />

• Massachusetts Certified<br />

Horticulturalists<br />

• Planting Plans<br />

fully insured<br />

A Leader in New England in Large Tree & Shrub transplanting<br />

Japanese Maple | Dogwood | Beech | Sugar Maple | Spruce | Etc.<br />

Harvard, MA • Tel: 978-635-0409 • Fax 978-635-9840 • acorntree@me.com • acorntreeandlandscape.com


Landscape Artisans<br />

Wequassett Resort & Golf Club<br />

New England’s oldest and most trusted name in<br />

landscape construction, maintenance, & irrigation.<br />

Serving all of New England<br />

www.dschumacher.com


Where your vision feels<br />

right at home.<br />

From pergolas and trellises, to planters, arbors, fences, and more, Walpole will meet your custom design<br />

needs. Crafted in low maintenance AZEK. Available in a variety of colors, looks just like natural wood. To<br />

schedule a free design consultation, call 800-343-6948 or visit walpoleoutdoors.com<br />

Servicing professionals and customers<br />

directly nationwide since 1933<br />

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Jackson<br />

POOL<br />

Lexington, MA<br />

781.862.3340 • www.jacksonpool.com<br />

Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Build Something<br />

Extraordinary<br />

MASSACHUSETTS • CONNECTICUT • RHODE ISLAND LANDSCAPECREATIONSRI.COM • 401.789.7101<br />

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Landscape<br />

Hardscape<br />

Design<br />

Build<br />

Pool Decks<br />

Driveways<br />

Walls<br />

Patios<br />

Water Features<br />

IMAGINE THE<br />

POSSIBILITIES<br />

83 Central Street, Hudson, MA 01749<br />

978.567.0686 or 888.34TERRA<br />

OUTDOOR ARTISTRY AT ITS FINEST<br />

dexbyterra.com


LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION<br />

MASONRY & DESIGN<br />

brickstonemasonryinc.com<br />

(617)505-9883<br />

STONEGATE GARDENS, a nursery set on five acres at the Lincoln-Weston line, is a gardener’s paradise.<br />

Specializing in Specimen Trees, Shrubs & Perennials,<br />

Garden Design Consultants, and Full Florist Design Studio<br />

S TONEGATE G ARDE NS<br />

A g a rdener ’ s p aradise<br />

339 South Great Road | Lincoln, MA<br />

www.StonegateGardens.com | 781.259.8884<br />

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Specialty<br />

Turn to specialists for expert services including framing, roofing, insulating,<br />

plumbing, heating, cleaning and real estate. Distinctive products and<br />

designs—like fireplaces, custom wine cellars and garages—make your<br />

home that much more special.<br />

Framing by Ares Structures<br />

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Quality Floor Coatings, Cabinets and Organizers<br />

781-836-5145<br />

www.bostongarage.com<br />

Download the Boston Design Guide digital edition in the App Store<br />

to watch an exclusive video about Boston Garage on this page.


CONSERVING ENERGY<br />

CREATING VALUE<br />

ADDING COMFORT<br />

706 Brockton Avenue (Route 123), Abington, MA 02351 • www.andersoninsul.com • 800-472-1717


CEDAR ● COPPER ● SLATE<br />

ARCHITECTURAL SHEET METAL<br />

SBC<br />

Sweeney Brothers Construction, LLC<br />

Specializing in Exteriors<br />

Home Buildt by Butera Builders<br />

Photography by Greg Premru<br />

Serving all of New England<br />

617-910-6965<br />

617-910-7570<br />

www.sweeneybrothers.net


Cold Outside... Warm Inside<br />

New in Electric, the Toasty Comfort of Runtal Radiators<br />

Can Now Be Enjoyed by All!<br />

Wall Panels Towel Radiators Baseboards<br />

has long been world-renowned as the premium manufacturer of Euro-style radiators for hot water and steam heating systems.<br />

We are pleased to introduce a Runtal Electric line that includes Wall Panel, Towel Radiator and Baseboard designs.<br />

Suitable for both retro-fit and new construction, Runtal Electric products provide a very efficient and comfortable radiant heat.<br />

They are an excellent source of primary or supplemental heat and a problem-solver for areas needing additional heat.<br />

They are attractive (available in over 100 colors), durable, quiet and easy to install.<br />

To view Runtal’s complete line of heating products, please visit our showroom in Haverhill, MA; M, T, W, F 9-5, TH 9-8<br />

or by appointment and online at: www.runtalnorthamerica.com.<br />

Our Showroom is located at: 187 Neck Road • Ward Hill, MA • 01835 (Haverhill) Tel: 1-800-526-2621


Passion<br />

and performance<br />

Experience Garrison Place in<br />

Carlisle, Massachusetts. Exclusively<br />

marketed by The Senkler Team.<br />

PROfile<br />

Garrison Place, built by national award winning Brendon Homes, is a new, luxury, active<br />

adult, townhouse community nestled on 30+ acres in the picturesque town of Carlisle, MA,<br />

featuring unmatched construction, style, ambiance and maintenance-free living. Reserve yours<br />

now and customize!<br />

Knowledge, experience and resources set The Senkler Team apart. Our clients are confident<br />

entrusting an important part of their lives to professionals who understand the challenges and<br />

nuances that exist in every transaction, as well as the true, intrinsic value of any piece of real<br />

estate and the underlying appeal of the Concord/Carlisle/Boston Metro area on the world<br />

stage. Backed by one of the most powerful real estate brands in the world, The Senkler Team<br />

has consistently ranked No.1 in New England since 1998 by Coldwell Banker and awarded<br />

the International Society of Excellence designation as well as ranked #6 in the United States<br />

by REAL Trends, as advertised in The Wall Street Journal.<br />

Brigitte Senkler, Amy Pasley and Peggy Dowcett<br />

bring honest insight, communication, responsiveness<br />

and unwavering committment to<br />

their clients. Call The Senkler Team now and<br />

Experience the Difference!<br />

23 Monument Street, Concord, MA 01742<br />

Direct Team Line: 978-505-2652<br />

TheSenklerTeam.com<br />

HomesatGarrisonPlace.com<br />

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Photography Richard Mandelkorn<br />

KRAGSYDE<br />

QUALITY AND PRIVACY<br />

IN A CONTEMPORARY MASTERPIECE<br />

Exclusive Smith’s Point, Manchester-by-the-Sea estate offers astonishing,<br />

unobstructed views, rare oceanfront privacy, and handcrafted excellence throughout.<br />

Now being offered for sale by the original owner, Kragsyde is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.<br />

7,200+ SF • 4 bedrooms • Deeded rights to private beach and pier • Detached two-car garage<br />

Gorgeous, landscaped 2-acre site • Innovative, state-of-the-art systems<br />

For more information please call 978.317.5490 or visit kragsyde.com for more astounding interior and exterior views.<br />

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Finishing<br />

Young<br />

Touch<br />

Ideas Painting and Design takes<br />

pride in creating a lasting finish that<br />

begins with a meticulous focus on prep.<br />

PROfile<br />

J<br />

Jeff Young brings more than his 35 years of painting experience to every job. Young<br />

started Young Ideas, Inc. while studying architecture in college. Now, an architect<br />

himself, Jeff understands the importance of detail and how critical the final finish is to the<br />

outcome of the job. “On most renovation projects, painting is often the last thing done<br />

and the finished surface is what’s visible when the job is completed.” Because of this,<br />

Young and his crew of professional painters know the importance of prep work.<br />

Young Ideas works with many of the top builders, architects, decorators and designers in<br />

the Boston area to bring their vision to life. In addition to more traditional painting jobs,<br />

the company does faux painting, textures and wallpapering.<br />

Concord, Massachusetts<br />

(978) 318-6947<br />

www.YoungIdeas.biz<br />

Photography by Greg Premru<br />

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QUALITY • EFFICIENT • WORKMANSHIP<br />

ARES STRUCTURES<br />

custom framing & exterior carpentry<br />

617-512-5650<br />

www.aresstructures.com


Results.<br />

PERIOD.<br />

As a small boutique firm,<br />

Black Horse Real Estate is<br />

more agile, decisive and creative<br />

in meeting the needs of our clients.<br />

PROfile l e<br />

KNOWLEDGE MEETS EXPERIENCE<br />

Our team of seasoned agents demonstrates a consistent commitment to<br />

diligence,creativity, discretion and a keen ability to make deals happen.<br />

IT’S ALL ABOUT EXPOSURE<br />

Our proactive marketing approach is customized for each client’s situation<br />

to offer maximum exposure.<br />

LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION.<br />

While we are centrally located in historic Sudbury, our agents live and<br />

represent all of the surrounding Metrowest communities.<br />

Whether you are looking to buy or sell,<br />

we know the value of your home.<br />

Residential / Commercial Brokerage<br />

353 Boston Post Road<br />

Sudbury, MA 01776<br />

978.443.1790<br />

www.BlackHorseRealEstate.net<br />

Photography: Photos by Paige<br />

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Specialists in the design and installation of gas fireplaces<br />

The finest selection of fireplaces, stoves, grills,<br />

inserts and accessories in Greater Boston.<br />

CUSTOM<br />

RESIDENTIAL<br />

ELEVATORS<br />

1551 Carnegie Row<br />

Norwood, MA 02206622<br />

(77881) 776622-2208888<br />

www.commonwealthfireplace.com<br />

HOURS OF OPERATION:<br />

Mon–Sat 10am to 55pm<br />

Thursday 10am to 77pm<br />

Sunday Closed<br />

207 High Point Road #2<br />

Portsmouth, RI<br />

401-293-0415<br />

www.homehealthsmith.com<br />

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INDEX<br />

7 Tide ............................................................................................. 4-5, 187<br />

a Blade of Grass ..................................................................................252<br />

Acorn Tree and Landscaping ..........................................................250<br />

Adams and Beasley Associates .......................................................... 8<br />

Adolfo Perez Architect ..........................................................37, 116-125<br />

AGA Design .......................................................................................... 100<br />

Ailanthus .................................................................................................191<br />

Anderson Fireplace ...............................................................................14<br />

Anderson Insulation ...........................................................................262<br />

Anthony Catalfano Home ................................................................ 190<br />

Anthony Catalfano Interiors ..............................................................95<br />

Appleton Antique Lighting ...............................................................212<br />

Architectural Kitchens, Inc. .......................................................138-139<br />

ARCHWRIGHT | Fine Home Builders .............................................. 76<br />

Ares Structures .......................................................................... 259, 268<br />

Artefact Home | Garden ...........................................................189, 194<br />

Artisan Iron ............................................................................................186<br />

Atlantic View, Inc. ...............................................................................249<br />

Atsu Gunther Design ...........................................................................98<br />

Audio Video Design .............................................................................. 17<br />

Bannon Custom Builders ....................................................................80<br />

Barbara Bahr Sheehan Interior Design, Inc. ................................. 97<br />

Battle Associates Architects .............................................................. 35<br />

Bensonwood Homes ..........................................................................162<br />

Bereznicki Architects ..................................................................... 32-33<br />

Best Tile .................................................................................................224<br />

Black Horse Real Estate, Inc. ...........................................................269<br />

Boehm Graham Interior Design ......................................................103<br />

Boston Billiard Emporium .................................................................199<br />

Boston Design Week ...........................................................................114<br />

Boston Garage .................................................................................... 260<br />

Boston International Fine Art Show .............................................226<br />

Brassworks Fine Home Details ....................................................7, 201<br />

Brendon Properties ..............................................................................70<br />

BrickStone Masonry Inc. ................................................................... 257<br />

brookes + hill Custom Builders ...................................................60-61<br />

BSA Construction and Development ............................................... 15<br />

C2MG Builders ......................................................................................164<br />

C.H. Newton Builders, Inc. ........................................................... 66-67<br />

California Closets .....................................................................................6<br />

Cape Cod Cupola .................................................................................186<br />

Cape Cod Lanterns ..............................................................................210<br />

Capital Masonry & Paving ................................................................253<br />

Catalano Architects ..............................................................................30<br />

Charles River Wine Cellars ................................................................261<br />

The Chelsea Company ........................................................................ 85<br />

Clapper’s Home & Hearth ................................................................270<br />

Clarke–Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom & Test Kitchen .................145<br />

CM Ragusa Builders ....................................................................... 72-73<br />

Columbia Contracting Corp .........................................................58-59<br />

Combined Energy Systems.........................................................10, 159<br />

Commonwealth Fireplace-Ortal .....................................................270<br />

Concentric Fabrication LLC ................................................................181<br />

Concept Building, Inc. .......................................................................... 82<br />

Concord Lamp & Shade .....................................................................210<br />

The Cottage ...........................................................................................103<br />

Creative Systems .............................................................205, 206-207<br />

Crown Point Cabinetry .......................................................................144<br />

Cumar, Inc. ............................................................. 116-125, 215, 218-219<br />

Cummings Architects ....................................................................40-41<br />

Cutting Edge Homes ..........................................................................164<br />

Cutting Edge Systems .........................................................................211<br />

Dan Gordon Landscape Architects ................................126-135, 237<br />

Darby Road Home ...............................................................................198<br />

Debsan The Decorating Store ..........................................................102<br />

Denali Construction Corp .............................................................19, 86<br />

Derek Marshall Lighting LLC .............................................................212<br />

Designer Bath & Salem Plumbing Supply ...................................149<br />

Design Wood Floors ..........................................................................202<br />

Dex by Terra .........................................................................................255<br />

DiMauro Architects, Inc. ...................................................................... 42<br />

Duckham Architecture & Interiors ...................................................44<br />

E.W. Tarca Construction, Inc. ............................................................. 83<br />

Elite Media Solutions ........................................................................ 209<br />

Elizabeth Home Décor & Design ...............................................89, 94<br />

Elza B. Design, Inc. ............................................................................. 100<br />

Erika Z. Interior Design Studio .........................................................103<br />

F.H. Perry Builder .......................................................................9, 54-55<br />

<strong>Fall</strong>on Custom Homes & Renovations ......................................56-57<br />

<strong>Fall</strong>on Fine Cabinetry & Millwork ....................................................169<br />

Ferguson ................................................................................................152<br />

Foley Fiore Architecture ..................................................................... 42<br />

Frank Webb Home ..............................................................................150<br />

The Gallery ...................................................................................156, 200<br />

Galvin Flooring .................................................................................... 180<br />

Garage Headquarters .........................................................................182<br />

The Greater Boston Glass Group .....................................................156<br />

Gregorian Oriental Rugs ....................................................................195<br />

Gregory Lombardi Design ............................................. 229, 230-231<br />

Groom Construction ............................................................................. 81<br />

Heather Vaughan Interior Design ................................................... 99<br />

Home Health Smith, LLC ..................................................................270<br />

Horner Millwork .....................................................................................171<br />

Ideal Tile of Newton .......................................................... 201, 220-221<br />

The Inspired Bath ................................................................................ 157<br />

Installations Plus, Inc. .........................................................116-125, 222<br />

Institute of Classical Architecture and Art ....................................115<br />

Jackson Pool ........................................................................................254<br />

Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc. .....................................................22-23<br />

Janine Dowling Design, Inc................................................................96<br />

Jarvis Appliance ...........................................................................142-143<br />

JB Sash & Door/A.W. Hastings & Co ...............................................184<br />

JD Millworks .......................................................................................... 174<br />

Jeff Soderbergh ...........................................................................187, 198<br />

JH Klein Wassink & Company, Inc. .................................................168<br />

JP Development Corporation ......................................................78-79<br />

JW Construction, Inc. .......................................................................... 68<br />

Karen Sebastian, LLC .........................................................................238<br />

KDTurner Design .................................................................................238<br />

Kenneth Vona Construction ..................................................................1<br />

Kenyon Woodworking .......................................................................172<br />

KINEGATE..............................................................................................256<br />

Kistler & Knapp Builders, Inc. ......................................................62-63<br />

Kitchen and Bath Gallery/Supply New England ................153, 187<br />

Kitchen Visions .....................................................................................154<br />

Kochman Reidt + Haigh ..................................................... 116-125, 148<br />

Koncerted LLC.......................................................................................213<br />

Kotzen Interiors, LLP ......................................................................92-93<br />

Kragsyde ...............................................................................................266<br />

Landscape Creations of Rhode Island ..........................................254<br />

La Petite Maison ..................................................................................202<br />

LDa Architecture & Interiors .....................................19, 24-25, 90-91<br />

LeBlanc Jones Landscape Architects .............................................241<br />

Lien Enterprises Custom Builders .................................................... 87<br />

Longfellow Design Build .............................................................160-161<br />

Louis W. Mian, Inc. ..............................................................................224<br />

The MacDowell Company.................................................................236<br />

Make Architectural Metalworking .......................................... 182, 185<br />

Makkas Drapery ...................................................................................196<br />

Marble & Granite, Inc. ........................................................................223<br />

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC .................234-235<br />

Maverick Integration ..........................................................................208<br />

McDougal Architects ............................................................................ 43<br />

Melissa Gulley Interior Design...........................................................101<br />

Mellowes & Paladino, Inc. ................................................................... 28<br />

Merz Construction ......................................................................... 64-65<br />

Meyer & Meyer Architecture and Interiors .................................... 29<br />

MGa | Marcus Gleysteen Architects ...........................................26-27<br />

Michael D’Angelo Landscape Architect ........................................240<br />

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams ...........................................................2-3<br />

Modern Heritage .......................................................................... 167, 173<br />

Monique’s Bath Showroom ..............................................................154<br />

Newton Kitchens & Design ...............................................................147<br />

Nicholaeff Architecture + Design ..................................................... 39<br />

Oak Hill Architects ................................................................................. 31<br />

Oh, Deer.................................................................................................256<br />

Onyx Marble and Granite .................................................................224<br />

Openings Millwork ...............................................................................184<br />

The Organic Mattress ..........................................................................192<br />

Paris Ceramics .....................................................................................225<br />

Parker Construction, Inc. .....................................................................77<br />

Patrick Ahearn Architect ....................................... 20-21, 45, 126-135<br />

Paul Weber Architect .......................................................................... 38<br />

Pella Window and Door Company ......................... 126-135, 177, 178<br />

Pellettieri Associates, Inc. .................................................................239<br />

Perfection Fence .................................................................................248<br />

Peter Sachs Architect ..........................................................................44<br />

Phil Mastroianni Corp ........................................................................247<br />

Pioneer Construction ...............................................................47, 74-75<br />

Poirier Sales & Service ...............................................................157, 201<br />

Powers Gallery .....................................................................................202<br />

Precision Finish .....................................................................................162<br />

ProSource New England ....................................................................155<br />

R.P. Marzilli & Company ...........................................................243, 245<br />

Renjeau Galleries .................................................................................197<br />

Rob Bramhall Architects ..................................................................... 34<br />

Roger Pelissier Photography ..........................................................203<br />

Roomscapes Cabinetry & Design Center ......................137, 140-141<br />

Runtal North America, Inc. ..............................................................264<br />

S+H Construction ................................................................................... 71<br />

Sanford Custom Builders............................................................. 48-49<br />

Schumacher Companies ....................................................................251<br />

Seasons Four .........................................................................................193<br />

Select Horticulture, Inc. .....................................................................246<br />

The Senkler Team, Coldwell Banker ..............................................265<br />

Shiplights ...............................................................................................210<br />

Shope Reno Wharton .......................................................................... 36<br />

SLC Interiors ............................................................................................16<br />

Snow and Jones, Inc. ...........................................................................151<br />

Soderholm Custom Builders ....................................................... 50-51<br />

Solar Innovations, Inc. ........................................................................183<br />

Splash ............................................................................................146, 200<br />

SSG Pools ..............................................................................................256<br />

Stonegate Gardens ............................................................................ 257<br />

Sudbury Design Group ............................................................ 232-233<br />

Sweeney Brothers Construction, LLC............................................263<br />

Sweeney Custom Homes & Renovations, Inc. .............84, 126-135<br />

Thoughtforms ..................................................................................52-53<br />

Tile Showcase ......................................................................................227<br />

Tosello Réalisations .............................................................................186<br />

Triad Associates, Inc...........................................................................244<br />

United Marble Fabricators.........................................................216-217<br />

Venegas and Company ........................................................................ 13<br />

Vintage Builders, Inc. ..........................................................................165<br />

Walpole Outdoors ..............................................................................252<br />

Walter Lane Cabinetmaker, LLC ......................................................170<br />

Wayland Home and Design ..............................................................102<br />

Wayne Towle Master Refinishing & Restoration, Inc ................175<br />

Western Window Systems...................................................... 272, IBC<br />

Weston Table .......................................................................................202<br />

Whitla Brothers Builders, Inc. ...........................................................69<br />

WOON-TECH .........................................................................................179<br />

Yankee Barn Homes............................................................................163<br />

Yankee Craftsman ...............................................................................212<br />

Young Ideas, Inc. .................................................................................267<br />

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Architect: Peter Sachs; Photography: Richard Mandelkorn<br />

Pella Pella Windows & Doors<br />

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