Kennard Architects
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North End Waterfront

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North End Waterfront

Boston, MA

Ten foot tall sliding room partitions were designed to occasionally sub-divide the guest room from the main space, allowing for uninterrupted and generous views of downtown Boston to the south and Boston Harbor to the north. A suspended platform gently peels away allowing light and air to filter down from the upper level skylight. The combination of steel and wood was used to achieve both a subtle suggestion of the marine surroundings and a clean-line contemporary aesthetic. All of these elements come together to form a most livable and pleasing urban loft. 

PUBLISHED: Boston Magazine, October 2008: “Status Symbol No.9”.

 
 

 

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