Boehm Architecture transformed a dilapidated three-unit Cambridge apartment house into two, modern, town-house style condominiums. The interiors are open, light-filled, and oriented to enjoy the adjacent open space and views. Intimate outdoor spaces have been strategically located for views and privacy.
This green home design is Energy-Star certified, with estimated energy usage 38% below conventionally built houses. Sustainable design features include: compact design, maximum daylighting, advanced building envelope design, a hybrid natural/mechanical cooling system, high efficiency heating systems and appliances, and non-toxic interior materials.
As featured in Design New England and the book Practical Green Remodeling.
Developer: Boehm Architecture and Beasley & Reidy Restorations
Contractor: Beasley & Reidy Restorations
Structural: LeBrasseur Engineering
Interior Photography: Mara Brod