A 600-square-foot renovation of a South End townhouse creates a dramatic stage-set-like assemblage of dining room, library, living room, grand stair and entry vestibule. The space is to be used for parties, private living and quiet meditation. Sparse and simple in detail, yet playful in form, the house was selected as a backdrop to Crate and Barrel's furniture advertising campaign.

 

Realization

Project Data

STATUS: Completed 1984

SIZE: 600 sf

COST: $110,000

Project Credits

OWNER: Private Client, Boston, MA

ARCHITECT: Alan Joslin, as Principal of Alan Joslin Design

INTERIOR DECOR: Peter Wheeler

IMAGE COPYRIGHT: Judith Watts