The 18th century carriage house has been meticulously restored and given new life as an antiques gallery and architectural studio.
North View: The use of copper on the eaves reflects an old New England solution for shedding snow and ice.
The deep bronze exterior color contrasts with the lush landscape.
The ground floor of this restored 18th century carriage house has been repurposed as an antiques gallery.
Reclaimed heart pine flooring unites the varied spaces of the gallery.
Custom shelving and painted wooden walls provide the perfect backdrop for displaying primitive antiques.
This lofty showroom is distinguished by a cathedral ceiling, antique timbers and custom shutters.
The white-washed pine floors and tackable fabric walls create a more contemporary setting for the second floor architectural studio.
Exposed aluminum ductwork and a cantilevered soapstone credenza contrast with antique timbers in the Conference Room.
A lively array of display windows provides the public with hints of building’s new use.