Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. —Albert Einstein
Plymouth Center for the Arts
This project is just about to break ground. The Plymouth Center for the Arts in Plymouth Massachusetts is comprised of three buildings, two of which are historically significant. The Challenge was to create a new accessible entry and circulation space to the complex that would work within the historic fabric of the street. I have been very lucky to be able to team up with Amory Architects in Plymouth on this project and look forward to seeing it come to life in the next year.
This renovation is a whole house renovation of a once rental turned into a full time house for the client. By enclosing the existing screen porch and reconfiguring the existing first floor layout opens up the layout to provide a more efficient layout that takes advantage of the view of the public garden out the back of the house.
Wampanoag Culture Center
When I had the opportunity to team up with Amory Architects once again I could not pass it up. The Wampanoag Homesite at Plymouth Plantation needed a space to house the support side of their day to day operations, provide learning centers, and have a place where they can do demonstrations for the visitors of the Plymouth plantation. This project is still in the early design stages but I am excited to see how it grows.