A new home on a beautiful Vermont lake whose living spaces and porches open to the water and mountains beyond.
One of the more efficient ways to build, modular can be beautiful. This home is 4 custom design modules built in a factory and assembled onsite, with porches added to protect you as you gaze out over the valley.
A relatively nondescript house on a Middlebury street taken down to its studs and rebuilt with dormers added and living space and screened porch additions extending into the backyard becomes the village home the owners dreamed of.
Net Zero Nicely Done
How about a home that produces all the energy it needs? Using solar panels, heat pumps, and a greenhouse, this home not only enjoys tasteful spaces that serve its owners well, but produces all the energy it needs to keep them comfortable now and for all the years to come.
Porch & Deck Transformation
Have you own a house you don't find particularly pleasing to the eye? Would you like to add a screened porch and covered decks? Why not use these porch additions to improve the look of the house while adding the space you want?
Have a beautiful old house but would like to add a bedroom suite on the 2nd floor? How to do it in a tasteful way is the challenge...
A beautiful new home on a point of land looking over gorgeous Lake Dunmore and the mountain behind features open living spaces and a kitchen designed for entertaining.
Village House Expansion
Do you have a small village house insufficient for your growing family? Why not add a large living space off the back opening onto a porch and deck below with a master bedroom suite above. The challenge is to do it in a way that is sensitive to the modest existing home...to complement it rather than dominate it while adding new beautiful spaces within.
Old Barn Frame Beginnings
Find a beautiful old barn frame, dismantle it, re-assemble it on a site of your choice, turn it into a big beautiful living space complete with kitchen, dining, and sitting spaces, construct buildings attached to this frame to accommodate the bedrooms and bathrooms, and top it off with a lovely little cupola accessible by a stair made of metal and wood perfect for looking out over the valley with a cup of tea in your hand.
How to build with a hill? Build into it? Build on it? How about build out over it? Porches, deck, and dining room perch above, with a covered patio below. A square living room becomes an octagon when you place the fireplace, TV, and cabinets in the corners.
Standing in her kitchen Maggie looks through her living room to the meadow and orchard beyond…
How does one turn a small 60's ski cottage into a contemporary shingled home? It is occasionally less expensive to start over from scratch, but sometimes there are spaces that hold great sentimental value. You can keep the living room and built the house around it, connecting it to a new garage with a covered bridge.