Bringing light and space to a cozy Berkshires homestead
Steve Bluestone, a commercial developer, works with C&H to develop his own upstate home. With AAC construction, it makes Passive House standard.
C&H fills the role of Associate Architect in support of Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects on this Smith College residential housing project. The intimate group of new apartment-style dormitory buildings is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.
High performance new construction on the existing footprint of a waterfront property in Rhode Island.
Chapel House is a spiritual retreat center at Colgate University, originally designed by iconic architecture firm Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill.
Williams College wanted to utilize this Alumni meeting place for a more active program, expanding to a full-time restaurant and bar that welcomes the public and showcases the rich diversity of local food and drink, while continuing to host College events throughout the year.
Renovation of an 1880's home in town with high performance dreams for a young family.
C&H's first Deep Energy Retrofit and winner of the 2012 Best Remodel of the Year from Fine Homebuilding Magazine.
Superinsulated and airtight new construction inspired by Passive House design principles and our client's desire for superior indoor air quality.
To be Featured at Building Energy 16 in Boston, MA
March 9-10 2016
New Construction on the footprint of a family summer house that had fallen into disuse. This modest cottage will be a gathering space for the seasonal reunions of four siblings who are dispersed across the globe.
The fifth building in the world certified as a Living Building by the International Living Future Institute. Smith College expanded its campus with this new combination environmental classroom, meeting space, and field station in Whately, MA.
For over 100 years, this structure has gazed west over meadow and woodland to the peaks of Grantham and Croyden. Though the pastoral landscape has changed little over the last century, building technology and regulation have undergone a revolution.
Our role is to assist Natural Dharma Fellowship on a mission-lead transition into the next 100 years.
This 21,000 sq. ft. project provides student housing in six houses of eight, paired as three duplex buildings in a residential cluster accommodating 51 students