Northshore Magazine

March 2014

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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ne Spaces New View A fresh take on the screened porch gives the home character. porch Well Rounded Foley Fiore Architecture creates an imaginative circular tower addition for an old ranch in Swampscott. By Jeff Harder count this among the lessons learned over 20 years: It's better to listen to the landscape instead of imposing your will upon it. Since 1994, Foley Fiore Architecture has been building its reputation with projects along the East Coast, particularly in waterfront homes around New England. "There is no definitive Foley Fiore style," says David Foley, a principal of the five-employee firm based 56 March 2014 NB KJ NS Mar14 Fiore.indd 56 in Cambridge. "The style is defined by each client and each house, and we take our cues from the people we're working with and the sites that we're given." That was the mindset going into a recent project in Swampscott. The task at hand required crafting an addition to a six-decade-old ranch on the waterfront, with raw elegance right outside its doors. "It's one of those beautiful, craggy North photographs by eric roth 1/15/14 2:54 PM

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