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Hacin Associates Puts A Fresh Spin On A 1930s Home

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Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Boston-based architecture and design firm Hacin Associates has recently completed a home renovation for a young family of three. The project, which is nestled into the suburbs of Newton, Massachusetts, addressed a soup to nuts update of a 1932 Tudor-style home by re-imagining its outdated, compartmentalized structure. Working with approx 3,600 square feet of space and one fantastic original fireplace, the team at Hacin put their focus on opening up the interior. They achieved this by creating long visual and physical connections between rooms, utilizing a fresh neutral color palette throughout, and generally infusing the space with a more urban vibe (to ease the transition for their former city dwelling clients). What do you think?

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

Newton Tudor by Hacin Associates

 

1. White Pendant Light

2. Flask Angelic Bottle in Ice Blue – Dshop

3. Large Angelic Bottle in Ice Blue – Dshop

4. Wood Swivel Chair

5. Saarinen Table

6. Leather Pulls

7. Sandback Drum Tables – Dshop

8. Plaid Arm Chair

9. Avram Rusu Continuum Sconce – Dshop

10. Nickel Sconce

11. Velvet Armchair

 

Photography by Michael Stavaridis.

 

 

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There are 5 comments on this post
  1. November 21, 2015, 10:33 am

    What a gorgeous home! The combination of architectural finished really bring this home up to date but the subtlety is executed so well that it will last forever. Great feature!

    • D
      November 28, 2015, 2:37 pm

      So glad you liked it. Is the Fielding Report coming back? I miss it!

      • December 01, 2015, 1:19 pm

        Oh goodness- I hope? 🙂

        I’ve been traveling nearly constantly. I thought spending time on the road would give me blogging time- man, I sure was wrong!

        I’ll use your comment as a kick in the pants.

  2. November 24, 2015, 8:17 am

    Thank you for posting our project! We had wonderful clients and a lot of fun as a design team. Just a note – the dining table is the Flute from Poliform and a nice alternative to the Saarinen. http://www.poliformusa.com/poliform/tables/flute_1_2977_10_1.html

    • D
      November 28, 2015, 2:34 pm

      Hi Jennifer! My pleasure. You did such a beautiful job. Also, thank you for the tip on the table! I was racking my brain on where it might have come from but eventually gave up and gave into the Saarinen.

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