Familial Traditions is beautiful Architecture with a striking “spirit of place”. In the same family for generations, the structure incrementally expanded apace with growing and changing needs. This renovation skillfully links existing
The stone farmhouse, circa 1790, is set against a natural backdrop at the intersection of two winding creeks. The owner loves the setting of the home, optimally positioned to embrace the surrounding natural environment. Within the original historic house, the rooms were small and separated from each other.
The Nathan James House, built in 1888 for Mr. and Mrs. Nathan James, Esq., was designed by one of Philadelphia’s most revered 19th century architects, Milton Bean. It was originally constructed as a residential duplex, with the other half occupied by James’ son and daughter-in law.
Stella Restaurant and the Ghost Light Inn and Event Venue are the latest additions to the picturesque riverfront of New Hope. The newly renovated historic inn and restaurant has transformed from a previously dormant and unutilized space into a modern, industrial, upscale jewel in one of the most beautiful small towns in America.
AIA Bucks County 2018 Design Awards Juror Commentary and Selections By Mark Barone, AIA, 2018 President AIA West Jersey Small Projects Award for Design Excellence: Fullam Residence – Wolstenholme Associates Commentary: A project with a wonderful story, an addition so well researched and detailed that it does not appear to be an addition at all, […]
AIA Bucks County 2017 Design Awards Jury: Rich Carroll, AIA LEED AP and Michael Klucsik Award for Excellence Commercial Project Winner Ferry Market in New Hope – Ralph C. Fey, AIA Architects, PC Residential Project Winner Pelham Place Addition – Raphael Architects, AIA LEED AP Design Awards