Brewster Thornton Group Architects, LLP
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BTGA is known for our fine design and residential problem solving. We listen to our clients and use our "Whole House Vision" system to design individualized homes that are great to live in. When you are starting the process of changing your existing home or building a new one, we are happy to do a low cost initial consult to get you on your way. Often this information can help clients move from indecision to an initial plan of action.

We create award winning new homes, design additions to and renovations of existing residences, and also adapt other structures such as carriage barns and lofts for residential use. Our office has a background in historic renovation as well. Our projects span a wide range of sizes, from tiny to grand. We can help you make the changes in your house that will make it easier to live in as your family grows – and as you grow older.

We specialize in contextual design in established neighborhoods, and design houses that respect their surroundings. All BTGA homes are good neighbors, and appreciated as beautiful additions to their surroundings.

Our work spans Providence, Newport, Barrington, Westerly, South Kingstown, Jamestown, Little Compton, and elsewhere in Rhode Island and neighboring Massachusetts.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Barn Design & Construction, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Drafting, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Garage Design, Green Building, Handicap-Accessible Design, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Gym Design & Construction, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Laundry Room Design, Mudroom Design, Multigenerational Homes, Project Management, Space Planning, Staircase Design, Sustainable Design, Universal Design, Construction Drawings, Human fulfillment and good living

Areas Served
Albion, Attleboro, Barrington, Bristol, Central Falls, Coventry, Cranston, Cumberland, East Providence, Fiskeville, Greenville, Harmony, Hope, Johnston, Lincoln, North Providence, North Scituate, North Seekonk, Pawtucket, Providence, Prudence Island, Rehoboth, Riverside, Rumford, Seekonk, Smithfield, Valley Falls, Warren, Warwick, West Warwick, Southeastern Massachusetts and, Boston, Cape Cod

Certifications and Awards
Featured in Rhode Island Monthly magazine (4x), Perspective on Design New England, This Old House magazine (2x), New England Home magazine (3x), and Kitchen and Bath ideas (2x). Winner of Providence, Cambridge, and Rhode Island preservation awards.
Providence's Premier Architecture and Design Firm
Best Of Houzz!

Contact: Mary Dorsey Brewster AIA Patrick Connors AIA
Location: 150 Chestnut Street
Providence, RI 02903
License Number: RI, MA, VT
Typical Job Costs: $100,000 - 10 million
Commented: Is the floor plan for this house posted anywhere? Hi there- Thanks for your interest in this project. Unfortunately, this floor plan was done for a custom client and isn't posted. Are you considering a bathroom renovation?
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Commented: What are the dimensions of this bathroom? Good day! This space is approximately 16'x9'. Thanks for your interest!
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Commented: Beautiful kitchen The granite is "White cloud" and the cabinet color is Alpine white. Thanks for your interest!
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Commented: Hi Love the kitchen! This is one of my favorite kitchens too! The cabinet color is Wood Mode's Alpine White (if I remember correctly) and the wall color was a custom mix selected by the owner. Thanks for your interest!
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Commented: where can you buy the railing The railing and balusters were custom designed and fabricated for this house. It was based on the original rail design from this 1890's farm house, but modified to meet today's code requirements. Th...
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Commented: Fireplace stone Hi Julia- Thanks for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we don't have that listed in our project records as it was an owner provided item from a remnant piece of granite.
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