Carleton Willard Village, Bedford, MA Tsomides Associates Architects Planners

The Carleton-Willard Village Retirement Community in Bedford, MA, was designed by Tsomides Associates Architects Planners. The new village center takes senior living to new heights with a host of modern amenities and a stunning contemporary design.

Carleton Willard Village, Bedford, MA Tsomides Associates Architects Planners
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The new design focused on communicative and recreational activities with social rooms, artistic studio space, computer learning, a billiard room, table tennis station, aerobic dance studio and a full spa.

Carleton Willard Village, Bedford, MA Tsomides Associates Architects Planners
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The architects worked closely with the CEO, staff and residents of Carleton-Willard Village for the design. The architects describe, “In the purest sense the is a classic contemporary ‘form follows function’ design not only as dictated by the program but also by the site (abutting conservation land and building on a steeply sloping grade), sun orientation and context of existing buildings.”

In fact, the Village sits on a 72-acre sanctuary, just north of Boston. Surrounded by lush scenery, the new center mimics the natural hues of the landscape. The utilizes finishes by ALPOLIC® aluminum composite in Mica and Natural Metals. The metals play with the natural light offering a modern alternative to the surrounding traditional facades.

Carleton Willard Village, Bedford, MA Tsomides Associates Architects Planners
©Tsomides Associates Architects Planners

The ® panels are enhanced with Lumiflon resin. coated with Lumiflon fluoropolymer technology achieves a plethora of benefits including longer life cycles, reduced costs, higher gloss ranges and unparalleled . The combination of and Lumiflon resin allow for colorful facades to retain their luster for years to come.

photography courtesy of ©Tsomides Associates Architects Planners

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