This project has been under discussion since early 2011 and we are thrilled to see it realized. The owner of this Victorian row house had prioritized tenant and infrastructure improvement over design dreams for many years. But 2014 was the year to honor a dream deferred with a Kitchen to celebrate cooking and entertaining and a […]
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A favorite lunch spot is fundraising on indiegogo to support a facade redesign. We are always glad for the opportunity to support another entrepreneur and the thank you “kudos” are pretty motivational too. Contributors can receive origami cranes, miso punch cards, sake tastings, or a private sushi class with the owner chef. The campaign ends this […]
What begin as a casual scan of The Noun Project’s post about the International Symbol of Accessibility quickly led to unexpected and inspiring new territory. In the case of accessibility not everyone is in a wheelchair and not everyone in a wheelchair has the same level of mobility or ability. In the Boston area we have the […]
Recent progress shots from the site. South Street Custom Builders has been rolling with the punches including discontinued existing roof shingles and tight plumbing paths. Interior is rough framed so we can experience the space at full scale.
After months of design, planning, revisions, pricing, and rain delays we have broken ground. South Street Custom Builders has met the challenge of surgically removing the existing addition and blending new to existing.
A unique opportunity presented itself to work outside the (building) box and study landscape impacts on energy efficiency. aMortonDesign is collaborating with Gilmore Landscape Architecture on a study of existing campus trees at Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC). Drawing our inspiration from BHCC’s recently completed LEED Gold Health & Wellness Center and the GreenPACT Climate Action Plan, […]
This lovely house was built in 1936 in the Cotswold style of Tudor Revival. The current owners are only the fourth since construction and the house is rich in original detail and features that they value. While their growing family presents some challenges, they are determine to stay and engaged aMortonDesign to help maximize living […]
The new owners of this Dutch Colonial home relocated from western suburbs to reduce their commutes and find a community where their kids could walk to school and friends’ houses. With this long-term view they decided to embark upon a comprehensive renovation immediately upon closing. This ambitious undertaking required precise organization, rapid decisions, and a […]
These clients love everything about their Victorian home except their antiquated Kitchen. During the week this Kitchen is a crossroads for the operations of a busy and growing garden and landscape maintenance company. The small table hosts lunch breaks, staff meetings, and scheduling sessions. Evenings and weekends are a time to celebrate cooking fresh garden […]
Congratulations to Michael Nedeau Designs for a shout-out in Materialista NYC for use of ASI’s Eco-Tech Floating Floor. The Eco-Tech product is part of ASI’s Sustainable Products line with 75% recycled content material. A recent visit to Nix’s Mate shows the floor looking like it was installed yesterday after more than 7 months of use […]