Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders Named Best of Boston Home 2020

Boston Home Magazine for Custom Home Design/Build – South

Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders (PSD), an integrated architecture and construction firm located on Cape Cod and the South Shore, is pleased to announce that they have been named Best of Boston HOME 2020 by Boston Home Magazine for Custom Home Design/Build – South. This marks the second time PSD has received this honor, previously winning in the same category in 2016.

Boston HOME, the sister publication of the venerable Boston Magazine, publishes the home industry’s “Best of” annually in their winter issue, recognizing companies they see as exceptional in their respective field. This year, to celebrate the 13th annual Best of Boston Home, the magazine handpicked 35 winners—representing the region’s top designers, builders and fabricators who make our homes—and lives—more beautiful.

“We are proud of the work we do and honored to be recognized alongside some of the region’s most notable companies in the industry,” states Aaron Polhemus, PSD Owner and CEO. 

About Polhemus Savery DaSilva

Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders (PSD) is a fully integrated architecture, construction, landscape architecture, and property services firm that collaborates closely with clients to create characterful new homes and renovations that remain beloved for generations. All PSD work integrates creative design, a high level of craftsmanship, and a sophisticated and highly effective process, yet each is inspired by the client’s unique vision and needs. Working on Cape Cod, the Islands and throughout coastal southeastern New England, the PSD team provides a turn-key approach that seamlessly connects architecture and construction, ensuring single-source accountability and creative continuity from inception to completion.

For more information on PSD, please visit the company website at www.psdab.com.  For press inquiries, please contact Nicole DiFrancesco at 781-828-0323 or [email protected].


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