Posts Tagged ‘Main Street at Botellos’

Littoral Translation

POSTED: November 18th 2015

Preserving the Language of a historic home in a 21st-century context. Read more Click here to read more.

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An Island Oasis

POSTED: March 18th 2014

With a limited lot size, restrictions on ridge height and a topsy-turvy topography, building this Chatham home on Morris Island presented a series of challenges. For Tim Smith of Minglewood Homes in Chatham, the answer was a Shaker-style structure with steep pitches on the roof to evoke a sense of grandeur. “We were trying to create a house that kept in character with Chatham,” Smith said. “There are arched entrances and tapered columns. The ridge height led us toward that design.” [caption id="attachment_1480" align="aligncenter" width="645"] A challenging piece of property offers a unique starting point for this classic house by Minglewood Homes.[/caption] Photography by D Click here to read more.

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An Architect’s Kitchen

POSTED: December 19th 2013

In 2010, as soon as Keith and Ellen Kodat learned that their youngest son was going to be a student at Boston University, the Seattle residents decided it was time to relocate to Massachusetts. “Our oldest son was already living in the Boston area,” says Keith Kodat. “So we really wanted to be living closer to them.” Read more Click here to read more.

Modern gray kitchen with an open floor plan.
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