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Amory Architects

Duxbury, MA

Licensed AIA Architect in Massachusetts

About Amory Architects

Recent projects — additions to a 1940s Art Moderne villa on Maine’s Casco Bay. Reinvention of an old barn in Chatham for sweeping views of outer Cape Cod. New painting studios for artists along the Massachusetts North and South Shore. Award-winning adaptive reuse of an 1830s Greek Revival mansion in Roxbury for mixed-rate apartments. The reboot of a 5-story South End rowhouse that won the Mayor’s Green Award. Urban gardens for a native plant enthusiast and for a family inspired by travels in Japan. A library for teenagers with brain injuries at the Ivy Street School.

In the works — An accessible three-story building that connects two historic landmarks to create a new entry, gallery, classroom, and reception spaces for The Plymouth Center for the Arts. A new exhibit and performance building for the Indigenous Program at Plimoth Patuxet. Ongoing work with Boston churches, including Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Dorchester and Church of St Augustine and St Martin in the South End. An entry herb garden on Cape Cod. A new layer to the palimpsest of an 18th century Connecticut farmhouse.

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Services and Experience

Small Firm (1-5 Architects)
Locations Served:
Cape Cod/Islands
Central Mass
Greater Boston
Metro West
New Hampshire
North Shore
Rhode Island
South Shore
Practice Areas:
Green / Sustainable Building
Project Experience:
New Construction