Northshore Home

Northshore Home Summer 2018

Northshore Home magazine highlights the best in architectural design, new construction and renovations, interiors, and landscape design.

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 72 of 131

71 Timeless in design, the kitchen partners gray-veined marble countertops with white cabinets and a wedge-shaped island. Front to back, the house blends formal and fun while telling a cohesive new old story. process is not usually the most ideal form of change. Occasionally, however, it happens when a home- owner needs to work with another firm to accom- plish their goals. "The owner called me," explains Art Dioli, partner at Olson Lewis + Architects. "I offered to help out and did a sketch, and it was exactly what he wanted on the first pass." "There was a connection with Art right away," agree the owners, who knew from the get-go that they wanted a gracious Shingle-style home where they could gather comfortably with their three grown children and four grandchildren. "We definitely wanted a house that would grow along with us," says the wife. Views were important as well. "The lot is a little tricky in terms of taking advantage of the views, but Art just nailed it," adds the husband. "He gave us exactly what we envisioned." Set right on the Atlantic in the Prides Crossing neighborhood of Beverly, the property has everything the owners desired: an ocean backdrop (Salem's Misery Islands are in the distance), a path leading down to the beach, and enough space for a pool and outdoor CHANGE IS A GOOD THING, BUT SWITCHING ARCHITECTS TWO MONTHS INTO THE DESIGN

Articles in this issue

Archives of this issue

view archives of Northshore Home - Northshore Home Summer 2018