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ra50: Hutker Architects

vineyard haven, falmouth, and nantucket, mass.

Hutker Architects combines a deep sensitivity to the architectural vernacular of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket, Mass., with a modernist sensibility.

 

Hutker Architects

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    Built-In Bunks Add Space for Guests

    Built-in bunks fold guest accommodations into a 1,050-square-foot one-bedroom apartment.

     
  • Profile: Mark Hutker, AIA, Hutker Architects

    Hutker Architects is no stranger to the pages of Custom Home and residential architect. Mark Hutker recently shared how he maintains high design standards worthy of such extensive coverage while juggling three offices spread throughout Cape Cod—two of which require boat or plane trips to reach.

     
  • In this Cape Cod, Mass., bath designed by Hutker Architects and Eileen Peretz Interiors, a glass tile mosaic pattern adds interest underfoot.

    Sunny Bath in Cape Cod, Mass.

    A glass-tile mosaic takes center stage at this Cape Cod., Mass., bath.

     
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    Today's Definition of 'Office' Is Transforming

    Architects can and should reinvent how we work in the places we live.

     
  • A suite of Waterworks fixtures matches the rooms clean lines and allows light and air to flow under the sinks and tub surround.

    Hutker Architects Brings the Outdoors Inside In This Master Bath

    A Weston, Mass., master bath by Hutker Architects brings the outdoors inside.

     
  • Lagoon Pond Pavilion, Vineyard Haven, Mass.

    Like Cinderella's glass slippers, these glass stairs and balcony suggest something “incredibly magical,” said a judge.

     
  • Sugar Mill, Chilmark, Mass.

    This cedar-and-teak dwelling is at home on its hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and coastal ponds while also paying playful homage to the sugar mills of the West Indies, where the clients vacation.

     
  • Lyman Perry Joins Hutker Architects

    The new partnership will help expand and strengthen Hutker's reach to Nantucket.

     
  • new england design's hall-of-famers

    The Boston Design Center and New England Home magazine have announced the 2008 inductees into the New England Design Hall of Fame.

     
  • Aquinnah, Mass., Residence

    With its flat roofs, Modernist massing, and contemporary details, this vacation home has its own look.

     
  • Considering Context: The New House

    The panelists for this session discussed how they incorporate the context of landscape, climate, clients, culture, and history when designing a new house.

     
  • Rooms in View

    Creating an inviting outdoor room isn't that different from planning interior spaces.

     
  • West Tisbury, Mass., Art Studio

    A small horse barn was the basis for this art studio conversion, which provides a bright, functional, and inspiring workspace replete with reminders of its former life.

     
  • Falmouth, Mass., Residence

    Designing for his family of four, Mark Hutker made the kitchen the focal point of their new house.

     
  • Natural Attraction

    Landscape architect Kris Horiuchi is most proud of what she didn't do to the 15 acres surrounding this Martha's Vineyard, Mass., compound.

     
  • cloning your practice

    Michael Woodley, AIA, leads a double life. An avid ice hockey fan, he has season tickets to see the Colorado Avalanche in Denver and the Mighty Ducks in Anaheim, Calif. He's an active member of the AIA and the Building Industry Association in Orange Count

     
  • prospecting

    My firm, Hutker Architects, has a multifaceted marketing program. One key ingredient is our Web site. It took a good deal of capital and person-hours to create, and the site continues to require attention to remain fresh.

     
  • 2005 Custom Home Design Award Winners

    The 2005 CUSTOM HOME Design Awards attracted more than 350 entries in eight categories. The distinguished jury consisted of two architects: Mark Hutker, AIA, Hutker Architects, Vineyard Haven, Mass., and Stephen Vanze, AIA, Barnes Vanze Architects, Washington, D.C.; along with two custom home...

     
  • Sea Catch

    When you look at something beautiful every day, it's easy to forget how extraordinary it is.

     
  • Profile: Mark Hutker

     
 
 
 
 
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