Monday, November 2, 2009

Small Big House in Medfield, Mass

I am on a mission to take a few more architectural photos for my photography class's final presentation that is due on Thursday!!!

I decided to include some residential architecture in the presentation and photographed this particular house that was recently renovated. It took a couple attempts to get the photos done due to the overcast weather!! I am happy I was able to get this shot in today's rain! Daylight Saving Time didn't help either. It got dark so early now, like around 4-5pm.

In my not-so-architectural terms: This house was built in 1930s with a second floor addition from 1960s. The current owners of the house hired Single Speed Design for the renovation. The renovation was mainly involved with completely rebuilt the second floor to a much more open and eco-friendly area. They also rebuilt the front main entrance to match the openness of the second floor. Now, this home looks modern and simple, and it is very open and bright inside and out.

For more detail about the architectural design, you can visit Single Speed Design's website.

This house was also recently featured in the October 2009 Boston Magazine - Fall Home Design 2009: Take Two.

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