New England Coastal: Homes That Tell a StoryMark A. Hutker, with Kyle Hoepner

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Dreamy coastal residences from Martha’s Vineyard to Vermont to Maryland, and beyond

Architect Mark Hutker and his firm design residential heirlooms deeply rooted in New England vernacular but with a modern sensibility—beach camps with driftwood-hued timber and open-flow rooms; modern, multilevel homes set seamlessly into their landscape; shingle-style dwellings with distilled detailing; and bespoke farmhouses in harmony with tradition but conceived for contemporary living. Through beautiful photography and engaging texts, this book tells the stories of thirteen houses that encapsulate the fantasy of New England coastal summers through a modern perspective.

The residences of the award-winning firm behind this collection have been featured in Architectural Digest, Coastal Living, and Veranda, among other publications, and the firm has garnered awards including Best Coastal Architect (Ocean Home; Boston Home; Boston Magazine), Best Architect (Boston Magazine), Residential Excellence in Design for Exterior and Contemporary Architecture (Luxe Red), Best Luxury Design (Modern Luxury Interiors) and numerous others from IFDA New England, Builder’s Choice Design, and American Architecture. Over the last decade, Hutker Architects has established offices in four locations across New England, including Martha’s Vineyard, Boston, Plymouth, and Falmouth. This lavish book features more than 200 stunning original photographs of inspiring coastal residences, including several never-before-published homes.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 292 × 229 mm (11 1/2 × 9 1/64 in)
  • Pages: 272 pp
  • Illustrations: 225 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781580936347

Mark Hutker took ownership of the firm that would become Hutker Architects in 1985 and has since expanded to four offices across Massachusetts, with seventy employees. He and the firm have received numerous honors and awards, including the Luxe Red Contemporary Architecture award, Boston Magazine’s Best Architect, and several from IFDA New England and American Architecture. Hutker is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects.