Jamaica Plain Boston MA
Being 6’-4”, the client couldn’t occupy most of the attic of his home as a master suite without hitting his head on the ceiling. Only a small portion of the space was walkable for a person of his height. Accommodating at every turn for whatever space was available, careful attention was paid to the daily path of travel. The result is a suite that is easily navigable on foot with ample spaces for seating, bathing, and storage that does not require standing.
-Contractor: Dennis Dupris
“I worked with Chris on a gut renovation of the third floor of my 100 year old home in Boston.
Overall, Chris was outstanding. He laid out a thorough and efficient process for choosing the design and delivered the plans sooner than he promised. As with any older house, there were some tricky problems to work around and Chris came up with creative solutions to all of them.
When we ran into a structural problem with the floor, Chris hired an engineer and worked out a solution to solve it. He also did extensive research on how to solve some technical insulation problems with the roof.
He was professional and easy to work with. My contractor said he was a little “particular” and I loved it! Just what I am looking for in an architect. Would recommend him to anyone.”