This study model envisions a stately home in the woods of Truro, Massachusetts. This home was designed around the housing and celebration of two restored theater organs. All systems were designed to emphasize the dramatic qualities of the organs.
       
     
 This family compound in Charleston, Rhode Island serves as the family homestead for three generations exemplifying the peaceful, casually elegant New England summer retreat.
       
     
 This home, located at the peak of Fog Island in Tiverton, Rhode Island enjoys a three hundred sixty degree view of the Sakonnet River and stunning sunsets.
       
     
 This guest cottage, designed for the families summer residence serves double duty as a primary entertainment space and an idyllic artist’s studio for the owner.
       
     
 This family compound, located near the historic Goddard Park harkens to traditional New England farm houses.
       
     
 Located on the Sakonnet River in Tiverton, Rhode Island, this traditional New England home and West Coast inspired contemporary design, captures the owner’s playful character.
       
     
 Located on Block Island, Rhode Island, this cottage picks up on Block Island’s quaint New England character featuring expansive porches and steeply pitched dormers.
       
     
 What better place to build a new barn home than the woods of Stonington, Connecticut?
       
     
 This transformation of a 1960’s cottage in Westerly, Rhode Island, created a second floor to capture stunning views of the surrounded marshes, dunes, and the Atlantic Ocean. The design utilized inverted construction to allow complex roof framing to add to this home’s traditional beach cottage atmosphere.
       
     
 This picturesque 18th century farm house sits on a stunning site of rolling fields and orchards. The owners wished to preserve the original rustic structure but also create a new energy efficient center for the home featuring a cozy sitting area and an open contemporary kitchen. This original kitchen now serves as an elegant pantry.
       
     
       
     
 Due to its location in a V-zone / coastal flood zone, this home had been elevated in the 80’s. The resulting home was isolated from its site and nearly inaccessible in bad weather. The new owners wished to create a year-round home that was accessible for the family. The new entry / stair tower allows enclosed access to the main level and upstairs bedroom, replacing a small spiral staircase.
       
     
 This 1920’s three-family home designed by Architect Charles Lockwood had long been neglected by an absentee landlord. Extensive restoration and updates have returned this home to its previous elegance.
       
     
 The previous flat roofed garage of the Charles Lockwood house was near collapse. Now reconstructed, the lower level is the home studio for Mr. Fontecchio, the upper level is now an elegant outdoor living area connected to the home by a bridge.
       
     
 Formerly the home of Clarke Florist, this property has fallen into severe disrepair. With collapsing green houses and shop, Cathy Lund, owner of City Kitty, saw the potential for a new home for her life’s work. This design restored the street character along this stretch of Hope Street in a mixed development of her “cats only” veterinary practice, a Montessori school, and three apartments.
       
     
 Formerly the site of the Rose Cottage, the owner of the Spring House wished to transform the structure into a new boutique inn for Block Island. During preliminary investigations, it was determined that the structure had been decimated by powder post beetles and termites.    This entirely new structure sites prominently on its site capturing stunning water views while harkening to the original structure.
       
     
 This abandoned barn adjacent to the historic Spring House Hotel, has been renovated into three residential units in the upper levels with Block Island’s first year-round tavern restaurant on the ground level all while complying with state and local historic easements.
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
 This old captain’s house used as housing for the Island doctor, was in serious need of repair. This project removed the insensitive additions, reconfigured the interior to accommodate a contemporary lifestyle, and restored the historic exterior character.