For a different coastal aesthetic, take a look at the work of Vladimir Ossipoff, a midcentury master of what has been termed Hawaiian Modern, a synthesis of Japanese craftsmanship and modern architectural techniques.
Is the trend toward tiny in residential design a response to the need to build more sustainably and to counter the effects of environmental degradation? Or is there a more fundamental, instinctual motive? We have some observations.
The renovation of a Victorian in Newton, MA, imbues the home with the spirit of the original architecture and brings back a gracious front porch for easy summer living to the delight of the owners.
So you thought great design was simply for the wealthy. Spencer Green, affordable housing in Chelsea, MA, proves that superb architectural and landscape design are attainable for people of more modest incomes.
A couple had conflicting wishes for a house addition. Out of the dilemma a great design emerged.