This is a superb transformation of an 1827 Boston town home, which includes a partial exterior and a complete interior renovation.
This historic Boston town home was originally built in 1827. Our clients, one of which is a Harvard professor, recently purchased the home soon after it had been restored, but wanted to impart their own personal signature and create a platform for displaying part of their considerable art collection.
The architecture and interior design focused upon personalized solutions, primarily including new finishes and furniture throughout, high-quality woodwork and cabinetry by modern master, Rudi Neumayr of Austria and Vail, new kitchen and dining spaces, new media/family space and a new master suite.
The intimate existing patio environment was transformed to extend the kitchen space to the exterior by rearranging the plan, and introducing a fireplace, grille and privacy landscaping.