Blog Category: Architecture (Page 2)

Do silos and finances go together?

Architect: MacNelly Cohen Architects
Builder: John Magnuson
Interior Design: Island Interiors

Absolutely!
There is a new additional to the North Tisbury landscape. Just completed and adjacent to the Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank, is their sister building and home to the Martha’s Vineyard Financial Group. MacNelly Cohen Architects, referencing the agricultural landscape of Martha’s Vineyard, incorporated a silo into their design. This architectural focus point greets visitors from the parking lot and in the interior foyer and stairwell of the building. Interior designer Annie Parr of Island Interiors pairs color, fabric and furniture to complement the space and enhance its functionality. Stay tuned for exteriors photos, come the thaw and greening this Spring.

This wooden panel is part of the curve of the silo and softly curves into the waiting room.




On Job’s Neck

Architecture + Construction: South Mountain Company
Interior Design: South Mountain Company

Set on a stunning, isolated nook of Job’s neck, on the Edgartown Great Pond, this was an existing house from the fifties. South Mountain did a gut renovation and added a rambling screen porch with connects the various parts of the house and serves as the heart of the home. Interior Designer, Deirdre Bohan, assembles color and fabric to furniture structure and space to create an inviting and comfortable setting.







North Road Farmstead

Architecture + Construction: South Mountain Company

On an old Chilmark farmstead off North Road that has an ancient farmhouse and one of the island’s three brick barns, the Owners asked South Mountain Company to design a tidy little year-round place that they could come to in the off-season. Last fall, while the leaves were falling from the surrounding trees, I photographed this orderly house and was intrigued by the high quality craftsmanship and attention to the smallest detail that South Mountain is renown for.


Cottages on the Village Green

These images are of four new townhouses designed by architect Dudley Cannada in historic downtown Edgartown. They were featured in New Old House Magazine this fall.