Shaker style cabinets and cool stainless appliances make this kitchen look clean
This elegant foyer features an inlaid floor, marble mantle, and ceiling moldings.
A modern detail around the traditional fireplace
A second-floor view onto the secret fountain below
Seamless lines and detailing bring all elements of the home together
Bright skylights shine down on an aquarium and bookcase
A series of boxes and lines give a contemporary feel to this living room
This half-bath was made spacious by adding a window above the vanity
The front door opens onto a grand staircase
The master bathroom includes both a Jacuzzi and curved shower
The traditional marble fireplace contrasts with the modern high ceiling
SOUTH END, BOSTON
One of my favorite projects, we gutted a five-story former convent and created a single family home with a variety of living spaces. The design is a blend of classically inspired details with some modern touches. Using steel beams enabled us to create a more open space, within the constraints of a connected townhouse. A repetitive theme of inlaid columns and arches unifies various spaces. The baths range from ultra-modern to traditional elegance (like a fine hotel, guests can choose their quarters based on the personal taste). The living room features a beamed ceiling with translucent shoji panels to provide the illusion of a penthouse on the second level.