Claremont Residence

Two attached townhouses were combined to create one residence in a dense, urban section of Boston’s historic South End. The design evolved from a desire to retain the individual spirit of the existing structures while celebrating their connection.

The rear facade was redesigned to incorporate large areas of glass overlooking a carefully crafted urban garden.

Published in:
Houzz.com
Boston Home Magazine, Summer 2011
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This is a custom-designed bathtub with a clear glass front. Photo by Eric Roth.
“Glass tub!” — Greg Morehead
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“glossy black floor” — kmainenti
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“Spiral Staircase 08” — arnaudperrier
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“Tub layou” — paulmartin1
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“sleek painted floors” — tina4
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“The paint on the wall” — mimelitaaa
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“Acrylic” — devorawil
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“Glass railing for upper master lanai to allow light to lower main floor lanai.” — hollybird
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“Extra” — jawaher1982
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“Architecture” — lorettahuggins
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“Cool chair” — tonyrosey
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“Peacock made of spoons?” — chareal
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“Windows” — 2evergreen
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“The doorway is aligned with window allowing light easily through” — hannahcbranton
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