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June 6, 2016
Catalano Architects is excited to announce that construction has started for this brand new residence in Wellesley, MA. Originally, the 2.3 acre site contained an older 2-story house, pool, detached garage, and tennis court – all of which... READ MORE
April 28, 2016
There are many decorative elements in homes today that have been around for hundreds of years. Some still perform their original intended function, and some have evolved into purely decorative elements. Moldings, for example, serve a useful purpose... READ MORE
March 18, 2016
Hardwood flooring plays a classic role in American homes and often plays a large role in defining the ambiance of a space. There are a few key factors that will affect your decision when selecting hardwood floors. Wood species, stain, finish,... READ MORE
January 27, 2016
At Catalano Architects we strive to continue the design and development of the shingle style in the 21st century, designing timeless and functional homes that offer the traditional feel of shingle style architecture while providing all modern... READ MORE
December 22, 2015
Catalano Architects recently attended the 2015 Architecture Boston Expo (ABX) at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.  ABX offers a wide range of lectures on various architectural, design, and building topics and also has... READ MORE
November 24, 2015
Catalano Architects is best known for its traditional residential projects, however our firm also enjoys opportunities to express its more modern sensibilities. This month Catalano highlights a corporate interior, ... READ MORE
October 21, 2015
Some clients begin their project with a contractor already in mind, but many come to us looking for a recommendation or advice on how to choose the best contractor for their needs. We have created the guide below to assist our clients in... READ MORE
August 26, 2015
Frank Lloyd Wright is considered by many to be one of the greatest architects of all time. He endeavored to create a style that was distinctly American. Wright was a student of Louis Sullivan, who is regarded as “the father of skyscrapers” and... READ MORE
July 29, 2015
Last month, the New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (the ICAA) arranged a trip to Lenox to tour The Mount, the magnificent home of author Edith Wharton. The event was sponsored by ICAA member firm Paragon... READ MORE
July 17, 2015
Though Catalano Architects is best known for its work in Traditional New England architecture, as individual professionals part of our work is exploring innovation and the variety of creative thought within our field.An... READ MORE
May 20, 2015
Catalano Architects derives much of its inspiration and creative problem solving from great triumphs of the past. However, there is also much to learn from those projects not as dearly held. Quincy Massachusetts, mere miles from the heart of Boston... READ MORE
April 23, 2015
Throughout history, humans have found connection in fire and the hearth. When humans discovered fire, there was an immediate need to enclose it and contain it. Fire quickly became an essential resource – providing light, warmth, and protection.... READ MORE

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