06:08AM | 11/20/04
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Need help finding an architect and/or project manager to move forward with my loft buildout here in Boston.

I just moved in last year to a wonderful space, but have found many problems since moving in...

I have approximately 1100 square feet of open space with 14'+ ceilings.

I want to build a raised floor living area at the far end (front) of the space (so that the floor is level with the bottom of the oversized windows).

I also want to build a mezzanine level in my entrance area. Open concept, with a walk in closet and space for my computer and storage for my photography.

Also, the bathroom needs to be completely rearranged. There is a 120" tall window that starts at the floor. Looking for creative ways to work around the window.

Lastly, there is a major problem with sound. There seems to be little to no insulation between floors. I can completely here my upstairs neighbors every move. And I can here my downstairs neighbors entertainment center better than I can here my own...


Looking for an architect and project manager to help me out with my loft build-out here in Boston, MA...


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