Author Archives: moskowlinn
Summer 2013, Norwich, VT Studio North III will be held June 17-22 in Norwich, VT. In preparation we have harvested 30 birch timbers and cleared a site in a birch forest. Join us. For additional information or to apply: Link to Studio … Continue reading
Spring 2013, Cambridge, MA Moskow Linn has designed a new single family house in Cambridge. The design strives to fit in well with its mid-century neighbors, take full advantage of the long views over the pond, and reflect a design … Continue reading
Spring 2013, Edgartown, MA Work is progressing on the Active House on Martha’s Vineyard. The project includes a glass enclosed gathering area, workout room, master bedroom, viewing deck, pool, spa and tennis court.
Spring 2013, Boston, MA Moskow Linn’s “Urban Island” was a finalist in Boston Design Museum’s Street Seats Competition. The bench is designed to be reminiscent of Boston’s historic topographic landscape. Link to Competition Board
Winter 2012, Cambridge, MA A second floor bridge creates a portal opening to sweeping views across Fresh Pond Reservation to the Boston Skyline. Designed to “passive house” standards the house achieves near net zero energy consumption. Link to PDF
Spring 2013, Arenas Verdes, Argentina Moskow Linn has been engaged as town architect for a 400 acre new development along the beach in of Arenas Verde, Argentina. The town will be designed to be energy independent.
Spring 2013, Duxbury, MA Crossroads for Kids, a camp for children from high risk environments, has engaged Moskow Linn to Master Plan future growth and envision new buildings to support camp programming.
Winter 2012, Hanover, NH The Ice Chimes is featured at Dartmouth College’s “Year of the Arts”. College President Carol Folt and Hood Museum Director Michael Taylor welcomed the structure to campus on a snowy winter day. Link to Ice Chimes Website
Winter 2012, Newton, MA Five homes will sit adjacent to a wetland preserve. The project includes the renovation of a 1860 historic house and barn.
Winter 2012, Newburyport, MA The project will include rental apartments, collective farming and commercial greenhouses. This site is currently being prepared for development.
Fall 2012, New Hampshire The timber framed home with a contemporary twist is sited on the shore of Squam Lake. The house’s mass is broken down into distinctive components, each taking full advantage of specific views of the lake.
Fall 2012, Book Release Keith Moskow and Robert Linn’s 5th book, Contemporary Follies, showcases outstanding examples of contemporary design that address our place in nature. The projects inspire contemplation and creativity in their spatial energy and alliance with the environment. … Continue reading
Summer 2012, Norwich, VT Six students participated in the second year of Studio North. Students journeyed from California, Pennsylvania, Montana, North Dakota, New Hampshire and Massachusetts to design and build for six days with Robert Linn and Keith Moskow. … Continue reading