Winter Hill, Myrtle & LD1,

Three different housing renovation projects in Boston are completed by Bunker-Workshop, tranforming them with a unique way to remarkable contemporary living spaces. Bunker-Workshop “embrases” with care the old materials used in the houses and finds a way to highlight them and extend their life to the new spaces.


  • Location: Somerville, MA
  • Type: House Remodel
  • Size: 1000sf


Winter Hill - after                       Winter Hill - before 

An interior fit-out in the Somerville neighborhood of Boston. The first floor was completely gutted and reorganized to fit the needs of a young couple.

The kitchen is now orientated along a beautiful exposed brick wall. The highlight of the kitchen space is a walnut island finely crafted by Grothouse. A built-in dining nook and bar now occupy the former kitchen area. Another well executed project by Beaudry Construction includes a new hickory stair with steel rail.


  • Location: Beacon Hill, Boston, MA
  • Type: Residential Remodel
  • Size: 455sf


Myrtle - after                       Myrtle - before 

Welcome to the 21st century Myrtle! This was a very cramped, very dark garden level apartment in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston.

This became an archeological dig from the onset as wall locations just weren’t making sense. With a little digging we discovered an extra 70 square feet and a number of beautiful brick walls. We relocated the kitchen which freed up some extra space for much needed bedroom storage. Minimalist millwork and finishes counterbalance the unearthed wood, brick and steel detailing. Beaudry Contsruction freed up Myrtle just a bit more by creating another connection to the garden from the bedroom. This project owes it success to a daring and trusting client and a relentless, passionate builder.


  • Location: Leather District, Boston
  • Type: Kitchen Remodel
  • Size: 200sf

This loft remodel saw the construction of a new kitchen for a Boston bachelor. The demands of work affords the client little time to prepare meals. The new design allows him to operate in the kitchen with efficiency. Frequently used cooking tools hang at the ready from a steel pegboard backsplash. He can add/ remove shelving, dish drying baskets, and cookting utensils as he pleases. A masculine palette of stainless steel counter, a brick half wall, and the red perforated steel recall the industrial past of this former textile factory.

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