A Home of LIGHT, DESIGN, ART, and CRAFTSMANSHIP


Brian Hemingway is sensitive to light in the best way possible. The Vancouver, British Columbia-based architect wanted this 22,000-square-foot home near Boston to glow like a lantern at night.
— Robb Report Home & Style, "Positively Beaming"

View at dusk by photographer Paul Warchol.

KR+H is proud to have our fine craftsmanship be a part of this home where nature and light, along with architecture, art, and craftsmanship, help create a wonderful sanctuary. Our custom millwork is throughout the home. Here are a few views of the kitchen we made. The kitchen was designed by KR+H's Karla Monkevich and Paul Reidt.

"Tremendous care was given to so many aspects of craftsmanship in this house." -Colin Flavin, Flavin Architects. Photography by Paul Warchol.

A closer look at the kitchen. The wood is old growth Douglas fir. Douglas fir is a main element throughout the home.

A detail shot, showing the play of light, materials, and design. Kitchen design by KR+H's Karla Monkevich and Paul Reidt.

Sheila Gibson Stoodley wrote a great piece, Positively Beaming, telling the story of the creation of this home. See the feature article online: Robb Report Home & StyleYou'll be treated to a beautiful slide show of this home and its surrounding landscape.

The front cover of Rob Report Home & Style, featuring this home. To explore the story with lots of stunning photos, click here.

The front cover of Rob Report Home & Style, featuring this home. To explore the story with lots of stunning photos, click here.

We at KR+H are grateful for the wonderful collaboration experienced on this project. Many thanks to the homeowners who encouraged this collaborative effort.

Here are links to those who shared star roles in the making of this home:

Photography by Paul Warchol

Photography by Paul Warchol

Man is part of nature. So long as he maintains a wholesome contact with the natural world, he will be healthy in mind and body, as will be his culture.
— Joseph Barry (excerpt from Brian Hemingway's website)