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Residential Design Committee: Opportunities the Coast Presents & What We Leave Behind (Virtual)

2018 Jill Neubauer Cutrona 6986

Image Credit: Jill Neubauer Architects

  • COST

    Free for BSA Members | $20 for Non-members

  • TYPE





    1.5 LU AIA credits

Event Description

A love of the natural landscape, and designing for generations of families, made Cape Cod an ideal location for Jill Neubauer Architects. Through 30 years of practice, we have learned that designing homes on coastal sites involves honoring the sense of place these communities have and respecting the environment. As architects, we have come to realize that the legacy we create is what we leave behind. Both in the impact each home has on the built landscape and its impact on the environment & inhabitants.

Join us as we study these themes through two special projects: Hurricane Hall, a 1903 seaside summer house in Hyannis Port, and a new contemporary home on Chapoquoit Beach in FEMA’s velocity zone for Buzzard’s Bay.


Jill Neubauer, AIA, Principal Architect, Jill Neubauer Architects

Johanna Reed, AIA, Project Architect, Jill Neubauer Architects