It was supposed to be a five-year project.
That’s what architect Nima Yadollahpour, principal of ONY Architecture, and his wife, Shireen, an art educator, had planned when they purchased an antique 1,500-square-foot fixer-upper in Weymouth in 2004. “Weymouth was affordable,’’ Yadollahpour said, “and there was a master plan for Weymouth Landing just down the hill that indicated all sorts of development, including a new commuter rail station." Read More
A developer who was interviewing and looking for a modern Boston architect and design office hired ONY architecture to design a multi-unit residential building in Boston's Brighton neighborhood. Read More
An architect designs an addition on his own family home. How my family and I came to the decision that renovating and expanding our current home was the best option... Read More
ONY architecture featured in the Boston Globe for renovation projects on a budget. Read More
Nima Yadollahpour of ONY architecture wins 5 Under 40 Award from New England Home magazine. Read More