BY MARY GOW PHOTOS BY JIM WESTPHALEN
House showcases “Cantilever modern design and fine craftsmanship. ”
f you had the opportunity to construct the home of your dreams, where would you begin? A wise first step might be to contact the pro-
fessionals at Birdseye Building Company in Richmond, Vermont, which has been serving clients as a building company for 28 years and as an architectural company for 16 years. Beyond planning and designing, the Birdseye team also includes artisans in woodworking, metalworking, and glass who take pride in creating one-of-a-kind handcrafted details. Integrating Design and Nature “In residential architecture, we are seeing sophisticated clients who bring a more contemporary aesthetic to the table,” says principal architect Brian Mac, AIA of Birdseye. “Real appreciation of architecture and the value of artistic expression are becoming more commonplace in the client/ architect dialogue. There is less fear in doing something unique.” With a fully integrated approach to architecture and building, Birdseye works hand in hand with clients, designing and building beautiful, innovative, and sustainable homes. 4 Western views to the lake are picture-framed by the architecture.
Spring 2014 / Best of Burlington
Published on Mar 7, 2014
Read about the Vermont Lake Monsters, Lunaroma Aromatic Apothecary and the Old Spokes home in the Spring 2014 edition of Best of Burlington....