about us

Beautiful, Buildable Designs

We are a Client-centered practice and believe that good design ideas come from everyone.

OUR WORK

We have 15 years experience and a unique blend of technical and architectural know-how. We use our firsthand knowledge of the construction process to guide our designs.

Projects include custom homes, green design, historically-sensitive rehabs, renovations and additions. We also offer interior design; furniture, paint and finish selection; and landscape design.

Projects range from condo conversions to large-scale new developments. We support our Clients from feasibility analysis through project closeout.

Projects include hotels, retail spaces and storefronts, corporate headquarters, event and performance spaces, restaurants and breweries.

Thoughtful designs informed by technical expertise.

our work

Featured Projects

Wee House

Living Small, Beautifully

This multi-year renovation and addition project involved the total rehabilitation of an 1825 cottage and accompanying barn. No space was left untouched. >

Lowland Farms

Contemporary Green Builds

In collaboration with Brown Dog Properties, we designed two contemporary green builds now under construction. >

Suburban Standout

A Pretty Good House

An overarching goal was to achieve the lowest possible energy usage day to day. These homes reached very near Passive House standards for air exchange and followed The Pretty Good House standards. >

Good Bones

A Greek Revival, Revived

Red Barn partnered with Red Hammer Builders on a whole house renovation to modernize the home once more, returning to its origin as a single-family home. >

A modern farmhouse in Maine

A Fresh Start

Modern Farmhouse

With their children launched, our Clients were relocating to Coastal Maine and wanted to simplify their living arrangements. The resulting design was a clean lined and bright space with considerations for the coming years. >

Into The Brew

RUSTIC INDUSTRIAL KITCHEN

Home brewers and beer aficionados, our Clients were also inspired by the tasting rooms they had visited. The resulting space is a truly custom, one-of-a-kind kitchen that is a heady brew of natural materials, warm rustic touches and edgier industrial elements. >

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