We approach each project with the fundamentals: beautiful form, high function, and a cohesive spatial experience. A home should feel good, an often intangible concept, but you know it when you see it.
For the Heart House, we were tasked with renovating the existing kitchen of this grand 1921 Georgian Colonial, bringing it back to a more architecturally sensitive layout and aesthetic. Working with designers SIL & PARK Interiors, we reimagined the original butler’s pantry and created a kitchen layout focused on entertaining. Upstairs, we combined two bedrooms into a spacious primary suite, complete with a wet room and oversized soaking tub.
Aptly named, the Greenbrier Farmhouse is an 1851 Greek Revival genuine farmhouse that was in dire disrepair after decades of neglect. We planned and executed a full-home gut renovation, with significant structural reconstruction, and an exterior restoration to bring the home back to its original architecture. Project highlights include restoration of the original handrail, revealing and celebrating the hand-hewn structural beams, and creating an organic flow between modern living spaces.
The Italianate is our most personal project to date: Antonia, the Principal Architect behind The Architetta, bought the home for her growing family and has been lovingly restoring this 1850s(ish) Italianate for the past several years. Nearing completion, favorite moments include the replication of the grand center arch to strategically modernize the floor plan; the restoration of the entry portico and front porch; and honoring the original staircase and oversized center hall.