Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interiors is featured in the Summer 2015 issue of Wellesley Weston Magazine, pages 42-52.  “Shingle Style - In an inspired reconsideration of the past, local architects are leading a renaissance in residential design,” by Peter Golden.

John and Laura Meyer's new dog, Snow White! Designed by Laura Brooks Meyer, IIDA - interior design for the front yard!

Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interiors is Hiring!

Positions Available:

Architectural Project Managers

Seeking Project Managers for high-end custom homes and developments with 5-10 years of experience and knowledgeable in REVIT.

Applicants must be willing to travel to San Diego area.  

Our inspirational corporate culture is conducive to professional growth and advancement.  Good benefits package included. 

Please email your resume to

 2014 Bulfinch Award Winner!
Meyer & Meyer, Inc. was recently awarded the 2014 Bulfinch Award for the renovation and restoration of the Admiral's House in Newton, MA.  Presented by the New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Art and Architecture, the award recognizes the best work of individual firms to preserve and advance the classical tradition in New England.  The award is named for Boston Architect, Charles Bulfinch (1763-1844), America's first native-born architect and designer of the Massachusetts State House. 


Nancy Sadecki, RA Appointed Associate

“Nancy is skilled in all facets of our profession and has consistently done excellent work over the years.  What separates her from other talented people is her enthusiasm, energy, and her determination to put the welfare of ‘the job’ above all other concerns.” John I. Meyer, Jr. AIA LEED AP, Principal, Meyer & Meyer, Inc.

Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interior Design, recently announced the appointment of Nancy Sadecki, RA to Associate.  Ms. Sadecki has been with the firm for over 8 years and offers a diverse range of project experience including commercial fit-outs, public projects and custom residences. Both clients and industry professionals acknowledge her proficiency and communicative approach to project design and management.  Nancy is a talented designer and offers the ability to sketch perspectives that illustrate design intent and thus solve problems three dimensionally.  She brings thoroughness, organization and continuity to the design, documentation, and construction process. She is dedicated to quality craftsmanship, a hallmark of the firm’s success.  Currently, Nancy is working on a condominium conversion on Commonwealth Avenue, as well as two additions to private residences.  

Nancy received a Master in Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Urban Planning from the University of Michigan.  


Wellesley Weston Magazine
Butler’s Pantry with bricks from Old North Church Boston   Wellesley Kitchen Renovation
"Creative Uses for Small Spaces,"  "... A Wellesley kitchen renovated by Meyer & Meyer allowed for inclusion of a butler's pantry, creating a useful area between the kitchen and dining room. Bricks from Old North Church in Boston that were used in the home's previous kitchen were recycled and given a place of honor in the new pantry. Ample storage provides plenty of space for barware, holiday plates, and serving pieces, and the new sink and under counter refridgerator help facilitate effortless entertaining."


Architectural Digest

"VICTORIAN REVIVAL" November 2013                     
 Before & After Issue


The Starting Point
Originally built in the early 1900s, the home’s lakefront location offered exceptional possibilities, but the house needed to be expanded to suit the homeowners’ current lifestyle and serve as their weekend retreat.  Two neighboring parcels were acquired, and Meyer & Meyer, Inc. collaborated with Pressley Associates, Inc. to achieve a lakeside manor that feels like a Newport Estate. 

The Challenge
The design challenge was that the front of the house and the back of the house needed to be perceived equally, but differently. The front, street side of the house, is quiet and discreetly tucked into the neighborhood. The lakeside, back view is extraordinarily prominent, especially from across the lake. All interior floor levels offer spectacular water views. 

The Elements
Few houses demonstrate the skill of modern-day craftsmen with such charm and grace. The investment of quality materials such as limestone, carved timbers, copper, and slate, combined with stone foundations and triple-pane windows provide the new owners with worry-free maintenance and peace of mind for years to come. The property boasts formal English gardens complete with an underground tunnel leading to a wine grotto.

The Summary
The magnitude of this project was unique and the home was recently featured in Architectural Digest. Meyer & Meyer, Inc. enthusiastically brings its creative talents to projects of all sizes and scopes, from the simple to the grand.

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Three Maples  

2011 Prism Award for Best Remodeling/Restoration 
Over $500,000.  


This stick-style Queen Anne home was originally built in 1894 for Gardiner Greene Hubbard, the first president of National Geographic Magazine.  His daughter, Mabel Gardiner Hubbard was married in the garden to Alexander Graham Bell.  At a later time in history, the house was owned by Woodrow Wilson's daughter.

To better accommodate a young active family the house was renovated. The project scope included demolition of a small kitchen and replacing it with a gable-ended addition, converting an upstairs office into a master bathroom/bedroom suite, renovation of all bathrooms, refinishing woodwork and adding millwork details throughout the house; enhancing closets; and excavating a couple of feet beneath the house to create a family room and guest suite with 10' high ceilings. 

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Balinese Suite

2011 Dream Home Award
Best Bathroom Remodel 


Inspiration for this serene master bathroom came from the homeowners’ love of Bali. Meyer & Meyer, known for their artistically innovative designs incorporated many unique artifacts from the owners’ travels. Sapele wood was used on the floors, walls, vanities, and ceilings. Countertops and the shower walls are black Vermont slate. The suite features a yoga studio surrounded by benches adorned with richly embroidered Balinese pillows. A fireplace of rough hewn granite featuring an inlaid carved limestone relic depicting an ancient ceremony adds warmth. An antique door, heavily carved with Indonesian designs is mounted to a cabinet door housing yoga mats. The scented natural fiber blinds filter light adding a spiritual atmosphere. 

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Meyer & Meyer welcomes Ryan Marshall who holds a Master in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and who is the recipient of the AIA Chicago Benn-Johnck Student Award.