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WE CONSIDER each home to be a unique opportunity to bring our clients’ visions to reality. Our work ranges in style from traditional to contemporary, and in scope from additions and renovations to new construction. What remains constant is our careful attention to detail and sensitivity to proportion, light, and the quality of space. By listening carefully and working closely with our clients through all phases of design and construction, we develop a comprehensive scope of work that is in line with their goals and priorities. We take a consistently thoughtful and collaborative approach to creating homes that reflect the clients’ lifestyle and aesthetics. These principles are at the core of our practice.
ANDREW J. RECK, AIA
Andrew Reck, AIA, NCARB, BSA, ICAA, is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design’s architecture program where he was a member of the European Honors Program, spending a year studying architecture in Rome. His appreciation for classical proportions and details continues to inform his understanding of the essential qualities of space and the myriad opportunities they provide for unique and custom homes. Prior to founding Oak Hill Architects in 2004, Andrew spent over ten years in the Boston area focusing on high end residential projects. He has served as an active member of Planning and Design Review Boards, as well as serving as guest critic at RISD and the Boston Architectural College.
Justin Weil is a native of New York City and graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design’s architecture program. Prior to joining Oak Hill Architects in 2007, Justin spent the first ten years of his career in the Boston area focusing on larger commercial and hospitality projects across the country, eventually moving into residential design in order to work directly with clients in a collaborative manner. His love of travel and the opportunities it offers to study the vernacular of different cultures and historical time periods inform his aesthetic and perspective. Justin has also spent several years teaching design studio classes at the Boston Architectural College as well as serving as a member of a thesis panel.