Entry View: This 18th century carriage house has been restored and repurposed as an antiques gallery and architectural studio.
Pond View: The deep bronze exterior color contrasts with the lush landscape.
North View: The use of copper on the eaves reflects an old New England solution for shedding snow and ice.
West View. The distinctive profile of the carriage house is composed of a series of simple gable and saltbox forms.
Antiques Gallery: The main showroom of the antiques gallery highlights the building’s original heavy timber structure, contrasted with rough plaster walls.
Gallery Detail: Reclaimed heart pine flooring unites the varied spaces of the gallery.
North Showroom: Custom shelving and painted wooden walls provide the perfect backdrop for displaying primitive antiques.
West Showroom: This lofty showroom is distinguished by a cathedral ceiling, antique timbers and custom shutters.
Conference Room: The white-washed pine floors and tackable fabric walls create a more contemporary setting for the second floor architectural studio.
Conference Room Detail: Exposed aluminum ductwork and a cantilevered soapstone credenza contrast with antique timbers in the Conference Room.
Evening View: A lively array of display windows provides the public with hints of building’s new use.