Transformation of a single-family Cape into a farmhouse-style house in Arlington Heights.
Period restoration of front elevation in keeping with Second Empire Victorian era of this Somerville home.
Added third-floor dormers to a colonial home in Cambridgeport. Gable dormers add space in the master bedroom, and new skylights provide light. Shed dormer on the building’s rear side allows creation of a new bath. Second-floor deck in back provides a leafy retreat, emergency egress, and bike storage on the lower level.
Oceanfront house in high-velocity flood zone. Raised house onto higher pile foundation. Engineered the structure to resist storm surges.
Client: Dr. Thomas and Katherine Thomas
This project is an addition to the original cape style colonial house located in Marshfield, distingished by the hand blown glass in the windows or doors, called Bulls Eye Glass. We like the look of these small windows to emulate this, we put small transum over the windows and doors.
Our goal is not to over power the existing main house. We angled the addition at 45 degrees, which also creates more private out door niche in the back of the house.
Newton Center, Massachusetts
Client: Ken Holston & Susan Farrell
Architectural Designer: Charles DuMond
Client: Dr. Collon Seif
Architect: Paul Lukez
Consulting Design Detail: Charles Du Mond
This one-hundred-fifty-year-old structure in Newton was originally a farmhouse. Momentum worked with the architect Paul Lukez, to transform a seven-hundred-square-foot attic into a living space with a unique design, including maple flooring, exposed trusses, and a sculptural fire surround.