Photography by Bob O'Connor
BUILT IN THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY, this four-story Beacon Hill townhouse has been adapted to fit the lifestyle of a groundbreaking restaurateur, a style maven and their two teenage children. Undergoing a full gut renovation and the addition of a patio, roof deck and penthouse concealed from street view, the overall design creates a casual sophistication complementary to the clients' vibrant lifestyle and reflective of a well-traveled past. A neutral palette was selected as a subdued backdrop to an existing collection of colorful and eclectic art. As such, modern forms set the stage for worldly artifacts, family heirlooms and career mementos.
Designed for a celebrated restaurateur, the open chef's kitchen reflects the owner's many years in the restaurant industry while also being highly functional with appliances from Wolf and Sub-Zero.
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10/20/20 2:43 PM