Boston Penthouse

This building, once a private home, was designed in the Italian Renaissance style. It was converted to condominiums with only the lower floors retaining their original ornamentation. Prior to our involvement, the upper floor, pictured here, had been gutted and made contemporary. Judge Skelton Smith redesigned the 3800 square-foot space in keeping with the original building vocabulary. Everything pictured is new. The finished product is a tour-de-force for what can be accomplished when the original fabric of a building is respected and recreated.
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
“the colours...the colours” — fablecottage
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
“gorgeous screen and furnishings” — fablecottage
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks9
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
“pale blue and orange - love!” — fablecottage
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks20
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
“Like the vanity” — rothpeople
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
“Simple” — Janet Sensenbrenner
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
Boston Penthouse
Ideabooks8
Questions0
Christopher Schuch Photography
“good idea for basement door” — naturalmom5
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™