After looking at more than twenty houses for sale in one month, James Aponovich and Elizabeth Johansson found the perfect home whose architectural style evoked that of their beloved Italy.
Author: Andi Axman
Thanks to a creative team—lead by developer Jon Chorlian and architect John Jordan—a Concord house of worship gets rave reviews for its second act as home to ten families.
Thanks to Sheldon Pennoyer Architects in Concord, homeowners were able to marry a historic home to a new building and create a modern-style, award-winning New England farmhouse.
Earlier this year, New Hampshire Furniture Master Jeffrey S. Roberts received the Society of American Period Furniture Makers’ Cartouche Award, which brought national recognition to his work.
A grandson and his wife brought new life to the turn-of-the-twentieth-century landscape of Charles Adams Platt, who designed many of the Cornish Colony’s most distinguished homes and gardens, among other notable commissions throughout the country.