James Estes

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Kyle House, Brewster, Mass.

A Cape Cod house is divided into four linked pieces. More

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Cooperstein House, Truro, Mass.

Estes/Twombly Architects filled a custom vacation home on Cape Cod with natural light. More

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Estes/Twombly's Shoe Bench Organizes a Massachusetts Mudroom

A cozy and convenient shoe bench helps organize a Concord, Mass., remodel. More

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ra50: Estes/Twombly Architects

Newport, R.I., architects James Estes and Peter Twombly employ rural vernacular forms in an architecture they term "quiet modernism, rooted in the New England tradition." More

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ra50 Architects Dish on the Best and Worst Aspects of the Profession

ra50 architects tell us what they like best?and least?about practicing in their chosen field. More

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Accessory Buildings Becoming a Popular Addition to Custom Homes

Shelters for our feathered friends are being factored into custom home building as of late. More

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Overall House, Concord, Mass.

Presented with a handsome late 19th-century house burdened with awkward additions, architect James Estes saved only the good part. More

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Connors House, Westwood, Mass.

Our Custom Home of the Year gave architect James Estes an opportunity to engage in placemaking on an unusually extensive scale. Sitting astride a prominent ridge, the house deploys long, low wings, granite landscape walls, and stone-edged terraces to domesticate broad swaths of outdoor space. The result reflects the program for this year-round home, Estes says. Moreweaetxdyvaydzcwq

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fine renovation, jamestown, r.i.

This summer-cottage addition and renovation in Jamestown, R.I., won the judges' approval for its sensitive weaving of old and new elements. Architect James Estes' clients had asked him to add on two guest bedrooms and to improve the existing, 1,060-square-foot residence. More

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cyronak house, block island, r.i.weaetxdyvaydzcwq

The judges admired the simple lines and casual attitude of this summer and weekend residence on remote Block Island, R.I. At 1,040 square feet, it's the smallest built house that Newport, R.I., architect James Estes has ever designed. More

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