LACONIA – A local architecture and planning firm has a home it designed featured in the current issue of Traditional Home magazine.
In an article titled "Magic Mountain," writer Doris Athineos describes the Twin Mountain home of Dick and Nancy Gould, designed by the firm of Misiaszek Turpin of Laconia as “spectacular,” and calls the architectural details “captivating.”
“We are honored to have the Goulds’ home highlighted to a national audience,” said Robert Turpin, who founded
Misiaszek Turpin with fellow architect Sonya Misiaszek in 2004. “Dick and Nancy were wonderful clients, and
working with them was a delight.”
The home, from which the Goulds enjoy panoramic views of Mount Washington and other peaks in the Presidential Range, was built by Twin Oaks Construction of Plymouth and features the work of several Lakes Region artisans. “Twin Oaks Construction’s entire crew took great care to bring the Goulds’ and our visions to reality. The level of craftsmanship is outstanding, and we’re thrilled that Traditional Home has recognized them in this way,” added Turpin.
Turpin's and Misiaszek's work is not limited to residential architecture.
“With the housing market having gone through its downturn several years ago, many of our residential projects have been smaller renovations, additions, or historic restorations. That left room for us to pursue many projects for commercial clients, municipalities, and institutions such as Plymouth State University and, more locally, Cantin Chevrolet. But, it’s nice to have this issue of Traditional Home bring a spotlight back to our residential design work.”
The April issue of Traditional Home is available on newsstands.