Mudrooms by LDa Architecture & Interiors

Firm Profile

Store History

  • Founded: 1992
  • Founded by: Douglas Dick, Treffle LaFleche
  • Headquarters: Cambridge, Massachusetts

LDa Architecture & Interiors is committed to finding a meaningful balance between traditional New England architecture and the unique needs of contemporary living. Through passion, experience, creativity and a talented staff, LDa offers sustainable design solutions that are highly functional, yet sophisticated and harmoniously aligned with the lifestyle of each of our clients.

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Most architecture firms categorize their projects by residential, commercial, academic, etc, and LDa does, too, but they've also got an online feature that allows you to view just their kitchens, baths, and mudrooms. That an architecture firm would be so proud of their mudrooms as to showcase them on their site speaks to the down-to-earth sensibility of their practice.

Based in Boston, LDa works with New England homeowners and commercial clients on renovations and new constructions. In their words, their work seeks "a meaningful balance between traditional New England architecture and the unique needs of contemporary living."

Sometimes this means designing spaces to meet LEED criteria, other times it involves making a home accessible and ADA-compliant, and — even more frequently — it means creating homes that are easy to maintain and feel comfortable to live in. A few of their projects are shown above; for more photos, click through the links below.

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Accessible LEED Residence in Newton, Massachusetts
Shingle Style Transformation in New England
South Camp in the Finger Lakes Region, New York
Contemporary House in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Everyday Kitchen Entryway in Newton, Massachusetts
Contemporary Shingle Style Home in Waban, Massachusetts
South Camp in the Finger Lakes Region, New York
Renovation Redux in Newton, Massachusetts
Carpenter Gothic Renovation in Newton, Massachusetts
Newton Shingle Style in Newton, Massachusetts

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