A lookbook showcasing some of our residential work.
Winner of AIA Rhode Island 2018 Honor Award.
High performance new construction on the existing footprint of a waterfront property in Rhode Island.
Bringing light and space to a cozy Berkshires homestead
Traditional Farmhouse to serve new farming endeavor in Western Massachusetts.
A treetop study in the Berkshires, on the second floor of a new carriage house, frames views of the surrounding woods.
A whole-house renovation in Amherst, Massachusetts.
Designed as a country retreat for a young couple from New York City, this compact project plays with the idea of a modern cabin.
A residence in Southern New England. Currently in construction.
Renovation of an 1880s home in town with high-performance dreams for a young family.
2012 Best Remodel of the Year from Fine Homebuilding Magazine.
Steve/Passive Dwellings works with C&H to develop his prototype: Passive House with AAC blocks.
Superinsulated and airtight new construction inspired by Passive House design principles and our client's desire for superior indoor air quality.
A home and workshop for a retiring couple who wanted efficient living closer to town, but with the same peace and solace they'd experienced in their previous home.
Affordable and efficient multi-family housing in a mixed-use historic mill renovation in Lawrence, MA
What happens when an architect with a passion for efficiency decides to renovate his own home within the family budget?
A new home based on Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian House designs. The challenge was to honor the aesthetic principals of Wright's vision, while creating a building that performs at the highest efficiency standards.
Principal Emeritus Bruce Coldham has been a long-time advocate of co-housing, a style of multi family living that promotes community vitality and mutual support between households.
This house in New Haven, Connecticut was a design prototype for a single-family urban housing development designed in 1964 by renowned architect and Yale Professor of Architecture, Serge Chermayeff.
In 2010 the Nantucket Housing Authority issued an Request for Proposals to develop much-needed affordable housing on the island.
Tom was Guest Architect for this Edgartown compound, built by our Vineyard colleagues, South Mountain Company.