Jill Neubauer Architects
Truro Beach House Photo: Durston Saylor
About the Firm
15 Depot Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
T 508-548-0909 | F 508-548-2552
Boston & New England
The architects at Jill Neubauer Architects Inc., of Falmouth, Cape Cod, offer personal attention in the creation of sustainable and LEED certified homes, cottages, and barns for families on Cape Cod, the Islands, and in the New England region.
Our projects range from historic to modern, including both new structures and renovations. We bring Green Building Design knowledge to each project, using energy efficient technologies, non-toxic material selections and sustainable products.
We work very closely with our clients to build effective personal relationships that we maintain throughout the process. We strive to understand each client's unique set of goals for their property and family so we may successfully realize them; these criteria become the driving force of the design process, resulting in the uniqueness of each project. The final image of a building, like every other aspect of it, is the result of our dedication to create the appropriate response to the interests of the owner and the context in which the structure exists.
The entire firm, which includes two LEED Accredited Professionals, is dedicated to "Building Green", which means striving for energy and environmental sustainability, and incorporating non-toxic compenents into design. As a US Green Building Council member, JNA is committed to improving both your home's environment, as well as the earth's. We pursue LEED certification on new and significantly renovated projects.
View Complete Porfolio Of This Firm's Projects In The Image Gallery.
Bath House and Pool Pavilion - Contrasting the solid, grounded Bath House, this adjoining Pavilion is open on all sides providing outdoor living spaces for the pool terrace.http://www.jnarchitects.com/bath_house_pool_pavilion.html#cmsimages/PoolPavilion_01.jpg
Bath House and Pool Pavilion - Located on a thirty-five acre working horse farm, the Bath House & Pool Pavioion compliment a site master plan by Stephen Stimson Associates. Characterized by simple forms, clean lines and a restrained palette of rich materials, the structures are anchored to the low bluestone wall at the base of a series of lawn terraces.http://www.jnarchitects.com/bath_house_pool_pavilion.html#cmsimages/PoolPavilion_01.jpg
Truro Beach House: Designed for a waterfront site overlooking Cape Cod Bay, this modern house takes advantage of stunning views while negotiating steep terrain. The house is anchored behind the top of the coastal bank, which creates a buffer from the extreme conditions of the site. The rectangular footprint parallels the bluff and beach, offering expansive views from all rooms. Photo: Durston Saylor
Truro Beach House Photo: Durston Saylor
Truro Beach House: Photo: Durston Saylor
East Chop Residence: The owner of this East Chop residence enjoys entertaining large groups of family and friends in an informal environment. The materials of the house speak to this informality, with raw stone and concrete fireplaces, and poured concrete floors. Random width cedar walls add a rustic richness in contrast to the contemporary concrete and stone elements. Photo: Peter Vanderwarker
East Chop Residence: This open kitchen allows plenty of work space for a family that enjoys entertaining, and includes moveable hydraulic work surfaces that convert to dining tables. Photo: Peter Vanderwarker
Bath House and Pool Pavilion: Located on a thirty-five acre working horse farm, the Bath House and Pool Pavilion complement a master site plan by Stephen Stimson Associates. The structures are characterized by simple forms, clean lines and a restrained palette of rich materials. Photo: Charles Mayer Photography
Bath House and Pool Pavilion: Photo: Charles Mayer
Lucky Pines: Lucky Pines is the home of Jill Neubauer and her two daughters. A collection of buildings occupies the landscape and carves out its domain from the woods. The outbuildings reflect an aestheitc of contemporary rustic, which is inspired by Jill's roots in the Wisconsin north woods. Photo: Charles Mayer
Oyster Pond Cottage: This detailed, charming cottage has exposed framing and rich interior and exterior details. The interior exudes an old cottage feel and casual elegance, with fir walls and floors, and colored plaster walls. Photo: Dan Cutrona
Martha's Vineyard Residence