On The Move

Jennifer Burke promoted to Senior Project Architect, 2021

“The energetic and creative culture at Catalano Architects has allowed me to grow, continuously learn, and partner with the best-in-class design professionals in the industry.“
– Jennifer Burke, RA, Catalano Architects

Endless Summer

New England Home, Cape & Islands, 2021

“Tom artfully created a wonderful vocabulary of architecture. It’s almost a little village that wraps around the pool.”
-David Hawk, Hawk Design

The Wonder Years

Boston Design Guide, 2020

The program was not only forward-thinking, it was ambitious and a merry, magnificent mix of form, function and fun—all with equal weight.
– Tom Catalano, Principal, Catalano Architects

Classical/Traditional Architecture

Luxe RED Awards, 2020

A modern homage to the craftsman-built bow-roofed houses of early Cape Cod, the Seapuit Family Retreat serves as an inviting summer campus with seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living.

Brotherly Love

Boston Design Guide – Cape & Islands, 2020

Every job should be like this, imbued with the trust of the client and team.
– Travis Cundiff, Owner, Travis Cundiff Associates

Mountain Shadows

Paradise Valley, AZ

A 5.5K square foot south-facing home in Paradise Valley, Arizona looks to Camelback Mountain. An expansive use of steel framed glass along the south wall permeates the interiors to optimize vistas.

Live, Laugh, Love

Boston Design Guide, 2020

The homeowners... were seeking strong symmetry and balance of form that would allow for sun filled, comfortable spaces that welcomed their daily routines and offered additional functionality.
– Tom Catalano, Principal, Catalano Architects

Traditional Architect

Best of Boston Home, 2019

Leave it to Catalano Architects to perfect the art of timeless design… principal Thomas Catalano expertly executes traditional beauty in both his classic renovations and newly built single-family homes.

Pattern Player

Modern Luxury Interiors Boston, 2020

The homeowners felt strongly about historic preservation, and it was essential to them that their home’s architectural integrity was honored.

Sea View

Osterville, MA

Panoramic ocean views inform the structure’s design, location, and program. A palette of locally sourced stone and wood highlight the varied architectural forms, while integrating the home seamlessly into its natural surroundings.

Edmunds Road

Boston Design Guide, 2019

A Georgian colonial with a symmetrical façade and handmade brick exterior breaks formality upon entry with custom millwork and contemporary architectural details that are accentuated with pops of playful color.

Orchard House

Osterville, MA

Nestled in a lush orchard, a series of buildings interconnected by breezeways and arbors creates a welcoming retreat. An open pavilion extending into the trees creates an inviting connection between architecture and environment.

In With the Old

New England Home, 2019

This Cape Cod home lives at the confluence of old and new. The architecture pays homage to the traditional ship captains’ houses of early Chatham.
– Tom Catalano, Principal, Catalano Architects

Yankee Modern

Northshore Home magazine, 2019

We didn’t want just a beautiful home; we wanted to soak up all the beauty and relaxation of the natural environment.
– Iris Louis, Homeowner

Residential (New Construction) over 5,000 SF

Bulfinch Award Winner, 2013

Sited on a bluff overlooking Barnstable’s West Bay, the architecture is an adaptation of the Shingle Style with a nod to the regional vernacular.

Commercial / Civic / Institutional / Ecclesiastic

Bulfinch Award Winner, 2013

The Nantucket Dreamland Theatre has a spirit that most people can identify with because they remember their experiences there.
-Patricia Roggeveen, Nantucket Dreamland Foundation