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Catalano Architects

115 Broad Street
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 338-7447
Company Profile: 

Catalano Architects
Thomas P. Catalano AIA, Principal

Established as a firm in 1987, Catalano Architects is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in design and craftsmanship.

They pride themselves on their ability to listen to their clients and understand not only their functional requirements, but also their aesthetic aspirations. Their continuing success is built upon this close working relationship with their clients.

Regardless of project size, Catalano Architects brings a highly refined sense of detail and preparation, which results in a refreshing alternative to the culture of mass homogenization in which we live. They believe that good architecture can enliven our existence and relieve us from the mediocrity of much of the built environment...Read More

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We've collected our top Instagram posts from the month of July. Did your favorite make the list? Follow us at @BostonDesignGuide and tag us in pictures of your home design and/or BDG magazines for a feature #BDG21 #BostonDesignGuide #10 Tag a friend who would love this backyard!Pool by Jackson Pool #9 Lovely lakeside cottage in Maine.Architect: TMS Architects #8 Chillin' in ChathamLandscape...
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BDG's top Instagram posts for April 2017! Follow us at @BostonDesignGuide for the best of home design, daily. #10 Another New England classic! This Historic Preservation in LexingtonNew England Classics: A Lexington Home Reborn(JW Construction; Architecture by Catalano Architects, Inc.; Photography by Greg Premru) #9 Can't stop stairing...(brookes + hill custom builders) #8 Happy Friday to all...
Lexington High End Luxury Homes and Restoration New England
Where most viewed a nondescript structure hidden beneath a sheath of aluminum siding and overgrown foliage, Jon Wardwell of JW Construction saw promise and provenance. Wardwell, an expert on the restoration of turn-of-the-century homes, recognized the stellar but unrealized example of Dutch Colonial architecture. He had recently undertaken another historic preservation in Lexington for the same...