A country club respite for our busy professional Bostonian clients. Much of the club’s exteriors reflect a quintessential New England shingle style architecture. The internals had succumbed to dated late 90s and early 2000s renovations of inexpensive materials void of craftsmanship. Our client’s aesthetic balances on the scales of hyper minimalism, clean surfaces, and void of visual clutter. Our palette of color, materiality & textures kept to this notion while generating movement through vintage lighting, comfortable upholstery, and Unique Forms of Art.
Sounds swanky at first but surprisingly not, though the clean, textured and neutral elegance of the space is exactly what you would expect from Moore House Design. Photos: Jared Kuzia.