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BUTZ + KLUG Architecture

BUTZ + KLUG Architecture

Boston, MA

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View of Front Parlor
View of Front Parlor
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West Brookline Street

Embracing the spatial and geometric clarity of the Victorian era plan, as well as the simple and obvious late 19th century domestic mechanics that al- low the house to alter and accept the variety of life’s rituals - both the very private and the very social - connects the house to its past, yet unlike its Victorian predecessorThe house is a celebration of the spatial and geometric clarity of the Victorian era plan, as well as embracing the simple and obvious late 19th century domestic mechanisms that allow the house to alter and accept the variety of life’s rituals, both the very private and the very social. Unlike its Victorian predecessor, the language of the building fabric is geometrically simple and materially rich,the rhythms of light and material more emphatic and pronounced. 

 
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Status: Built
Location: Boston, MA, US
My Role: Principal Architect
Additional Credits: Construction Manager: Timberwolf Woodworking Inc.
Engineering firms: Roome & Guarracino, LLC. 48 Grove St # 301, Somerville MA 02144
Designers: Pamela Butz, Jeffrey Klug, Deborah Buelow, Nicholas Waldman

Collaborators:
Wood Finisher: Murat Oztermiyeci. 114 Pond Street, Seeconk MA 02771
Window Fabricator: Boston Sash and Millwork. 667 Spring St, North Dighton, MA
Cabinet Maker: Furniture Design Services. 119r Foster Street Bldg. 13, Peabody MA 01960
Photographer: Eric Roth Photography. P.O. BOX 422, Topsfield MA 01983

 
View of Front Parlor
View of Front Parlor
View from Dining Room to Rear Parlor and Deck
View from Dining Room to Rear Parlor and Deck
View to Kitchen and Deck
View to Kitchen and Deck
Kitchen views
Kitchen views
Top: Kitchen Section with view towards front Parlor Bottom: Kitchen Section with view towards Rear Deck
Top: Kitchen Section with view towards front Parlor Bottom: Kitchen Section with view towards Rear Deck
Conservatory Details
Conservatory Details
Top: Detail of Deck Panels Bottom: Drawing of Deck Panels designed to provide privacy while allowing cross breezes
Top: Detail of Deck Panels Bottom: Drawing of Deck Panels designed to provide privacy while allowing cross breezes
Deck View at Rear
Deck View at Rear
Threshold door in progressive stages of openness
Threshold door in progressive stages of openness
Top: View of Street Level towards rear Bottom: Street Level Music Room
Top: View of Street Level towards rear Bottom: Street Level Music Room
Street Level Music Room, Doors Open
Street Level Music Room, Doors Open
Top: View towards Rear of Street Level Threshold Bottom: Plan of Pivoting Doors
Top: View towards Rear of Street Level Threshold Bottom: Plan of Pivoting Doors
View of Stair at Rear
View of Stair at Rear
Top: Drawing of Stair Assembly at Rear; all members of assembly play a structural role Bottom: View of Stair at Rear
Top: Drawing of Stair Assembly at Rear; all members of assembly play a structural role Bottom: View of Stair at Rear
Bamboo Credenza
Bamboo Credenza
Custom Expandable Ebony Table
Custom Expandable Ebony Table
Ebony Table Transformation
Ebony Table Transformation
Left: Ground Level Plan; Right: Parlor Level Plan
Left: Ground Level Plan; Right: Parlor Level Plan

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