Archive of: Architecture and Interiors

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The Swallow Boathouse is a soaring masterpiece    May-June 2012

The Swallow Boathouse is a soaring masterpiece

Completed in 1907, the spectacular Swallow Boathouse stands heads above other Lakes Region buildings used for storing watercraft.

A kitchen near the beach May-June 2012

A kitchen near the beach

European style and the surrounding sea influenced the design of a New Castle kitchen.

Making the Most of a Spectacular View September-October 2011

Making the Most of a Spectacular View

With the help of creative architects and builder, one family capitalized on the selling points of a beautiful lot.

An Extraordinary Home for an Extraordinary Site September-October 2011

An Extraordinary Home for an Extraordinary Site

Nestled into a hillside, a three-building homestead was designed for comfort and to bring the outside- which includes spectacular views of Tuckerman's Ravine on Mount Washington.

Not Your Typical Boathouse July-August 2011

Not Your Typical Boathouse

Homeowners and their architect launch a new style on a Granite State lake

A Lake House for Family and Friends July-August 2011

A Lake House for Family and Friends

Unforeseen challenges did not dampen a couple’s enthusiasm to forge ahead with their homebuilding plan, thanks to a team of dedicated and diligent professionals.

A Lake Camp Becomes a Year-Round Home July-August 2011

A Lake Camp Becomes a Year-Round Home

Homeowners take a North Country getaway back to its roots.

A Home in a Class by Itself July-August 2011

A Home in a Class by Itself

A New Hampshire lake house is one of only thirty-six homes nationwide to earn top green certification from the National Association of Home Builders.

Preserving the Legacy of The Fells May-June 2011

Preserving the Legacy of The Fells

An Alluring Lakefront Retreat September-October 2010

An Alluring Lakefront Retreat

Squam Lake attracts a Texas family, who assembled a team to custom-design their five-thousand-square-foot vacation home.