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.
“Love this bathtub” — Geraldine Davis
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“Love the finish on these floors” — Madeline Lazarus
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“esca” — bidouille
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“Haut de la vanite” — celinegirard
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“Via” — lallsup
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“bed” — acorpuel
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“Acrylic” — devorawil
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“Light through hole” — padaspre
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“Walk-in closet behind bed” — janohel
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“Windows open a certain deprecation so to catch air” — brysonridgway
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“Chair” — houzisrael
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“yellow dining” — Sandra Lopes
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“Rug, modern style” — Colleen Kyle
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“Thin profile” — Judyann Obersi
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