I have a lot of photos from the Greenfield project. I am spending a fair amount of time on site working out details with the builder. I strongly feel that this is the way it should be. Things never translate perfectly from paper to built form no matter how much detail and specificity I put into a set of construction documents and on this project, I am spending much time on site figuring things out and detailing to a higher level. I think Chad, the builder, appreciates this process and I’m finding that it hearkens back to my pre-architect design build days. I hope to do more projects with this level of involvement in the future. I really think that this is “the way to go” here are lots of photos. Note the local wood use: Cherry stair treads with “live” edge, local maple flooring downstairs and pine upstairs, Vermont slate, and a wall sheathed with weathered pine off my own land.
Robert Swinburne, Vermont Architect, Bluetime, Brattleboro

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One Comment

  • Geoff says:

    Bob, Geoff from Maine here.
    Love the details. Especially the weathered pine in the bump out, the bathroom floor slate and though you really can’t appreciate it from the photos, the “live edge” maple floor. I’ve installed maple flooring in this fashion using rose head wrought iron nails to give an older feel to a room.
    I hope I get to see it in person .
    Congratulations to both you and Chad on a fine looking house.

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