As seen in Fine Home Building, written by Jonathan Orpin:
DESIGN New England did a feature story on a Newport estate inspired home full of trusses and timber details. The home was designed in partnership with Gleysteen Design and built by our friends at Kenneth Vona Construction.
View it below, or to read directly in the magazine, check out the full article.
The Oregonian wrote an article on The Vermont Street Project our timber frame showhome in Portland, Oregon. The piece is packed with great design highlights and tips, images, a slideshow, and floor plans. Read it all here.
Jonathan Orpin, Maxine Bromfield (with Annie) and their son, Jake Orpin (with Dexter) moved into their home at the end of 2009 and feel now as if they are getting in the rhythm of the house, using and enjoying what each space offers. Photo by Stephen Cridland
An article from Canandaigua Magazine by Erich Van Dussen with photos by Matt Wittmeyer:
Almost every detail of the house kept the environment in mind, down to the Cedar shingles (certified by the Forest Stewardship Council) and the EnviroShake roofing.
Various types of wood used throughout the house were reclaimed from old barns, industrial timbers and mills. Local Sheldon Slate was used in the kitchen.