Living room at Spy Pond


Founded in 1881, the North Bennet Street School is the country’s oldest trade school. Their mission is to train students for careers in traditional trades that use hand skills in concert with evolving technology, to preserve and advance craft traditions, and to promote greater appreciation of craftsmanship. Their programs focus on intensive, hands-on training. A Commitment to Craftsmanship We have a strong affinity with the mission of the North Bennet Read More »

Granite Mile, the Concord, Massachusetts, home we recently renovated, is featured in the latest issue of New England Home Magazine. The article talks about the transformation of the home from one that was built by a developer to a custom home designed to meet the needs of the new owners perfectly. The design team included Dewing Schmid Kearns, Lisa Tharp Design, and Michelle Crowley Landscape Architects. Read the entire article Read More »

We are looking forward to connecting with our industry colleagues at the Architecture Boston Expo (ABX) on November 15th – 17th at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. #ABX2016 is the largest building industry event in the Northeast, attracting architects, engineers, builders, contractors, developers, project managers, landscape designers, manufacturers, and other AEC professionals. Several members of our team will be in attendance, and we hope to see many familiar faces Read More »

Deb Hawkins’ contemporary home in Lincoln, Massachusetts, is a unique and modern architectural masterpiece. It sits upon the site of a former Christmas tree farm and is surrounded by a pristine natural backdrop of towering pines and wildflower meadows. Hawkins, an avid art collector, required her new home to showcase her extraordinary assemblage of vibrant, abstract pieces while also providing her family with a comfortable and liveable space to go Read More »

Meadow Lark, the pool house and chemical-free pool with integrated hot tub in Concord, Massachusetts, is featured in the latest issue of New England Home Magazine. The article highlights this award-winning project and details how the outdoor living area was incorporated into the landscape and made a part of this large estate. The design team included LDa Architecture & Interiors, SiteCreative Landscape Architecture and R.P. Marzilli & Company.Read the entire Read More »