Peter and his wife, Vicky, a graphic designer,  were commissioned to write a book about a large-scale renovation to an 1891
summer house, in Dublin, NH. The house, called Stonlea, was designed by architects Peabody & Stearns, of Boston. The recent
renovation project was designed by Hugh Hardy, and Daniel Scully. We reported on it, including background about the locale,
the style of house, changes over time, etc. A significant part of the renovation project was the introduction of numerous energy-saving
interventions. Peter wrote the text, Vicky designed the layout, and we both took the modern photographs. The book was published in
June of 2014, by Bauhan Publishing, of Peterborough, NH.

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The back of the book.

The back of the book.

Introduction to a discussion of methods and materials.

Introduction to a discussion of methods and materials.

Heat Pumps in the new basement.

Heat Pumps in the new basement.

The Library.

The Library.

 

The article below, from the September issue of New England Antiques Journal, reviews the book.

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