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Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater


The Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater has been featured in numerous press articles



A
rticle from The New York Times  print and on-line



A
rticle from the Provincetown Banner  print and on-line



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Article from
Live Design Magazine 



Article from
The Boston Globe

Cary Cottage, Dimock Community Health Center



Cary Cottage is the oldest building in the National Historical Register District for the Dimock Communith Health Center


Article from Wood Design & Building Magazine

Gardiner Building / Chart House Restaurant, Long Wharf, Boston


This project received a Preservation Award from the Massachusetts Historical Commission

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Article from Retail Operations & Construction Magazine

Article from Banker & Tradesman

John Wilson Farm / Lexington House
The John Wilson Farm House was featured on both the front and back cover of Old Barns - New Homes Published by Schiffer Press.

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Spalding House, Parks and Conservation Trust, Lowell, MA



This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Conversion of an existing 1761 farmhouse to offices and a historic house museum for the Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust.

This project received a Preservation Award from the Massachusetts Historical Commission

Mill Falls Apartments, Methuen, MA



This project received a Preservation Award from the city of Methuen Historical District Commission 



This project
was also featured on the cover of the Massachusetts Housing Finance Administration's 35th Anniversary Annual Report.

Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge, MA

This project involved interior and exterior renovations for handicap accessibility to a historic structure, used as an adult education center. The building is located in the heart of the Harvard Square area of Cambridge on a street with historic significance.
PAF Architects worked with landscape architect Carol Johnson Assoc., who designed the new exterior ramp and front Garden Courtyard, to provide access to the large number of users of the Adult Education Center while preserving the traditional view of the building from the sidewalk.

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