Smith & Vansant Architects PC is a small residential firm working in the Upper Valley region of Vermont & New Hampshire (Across the river from Dartmouth College and Hanover, NH). As architects, we are committed to respecting the needs, desires, and budgets of our clients. Unencumbered by rigid adherence to a particular architectural style, we prefer that our designs evolve from an appreciation of site and context, while responding to the functional and esthetic priorities of our clients. Our work is characterized by careful attention to proportion, detail, materials, and lighting. Overarching goals of our practice include use of sustainable technologies & materials wherever possible, and the creation of buildings which are both durable and beautiful. We place a very high value on listening to and collaborating with our clients. We invite you to join us in the discovery of the magic of great architecture that can be transformative!
Commented: how much space to leave between range and raised bar? With this range there is a downdraft hood that pops up behind the range that we needed to make room to function properly. However, at a minimum we utilize mfr. clearance recommendations.
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Commented: What does the sink cost Sorry we have no idea about the cost. This was a salvage sink the owner bought many years ago and we designed the kitchen around it. Many people have asked where to get one and few have had luck finding...
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Commented: Where can you get lights The mono points are LBL barreled swivel lights and the pendants are brass pendants with vintage glass originally from Conant Custom Brass in Vermont and I believe they are 7 inches in diameter at the largest....
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: What color did you paint the island cabinets?
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: Updating our kitchen
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: I love your pendants ..where are they from? Thanks!
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