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Bruce Moore and Michael Alper

Michael Alper and Bruce Moore have lived in Great Barrington and worked in the surrounding area for 5 years and have collaborated on design for renovations and new construction since 1993, focusing on a variety of residential scale projects. Bruce, a registered architect in Massachusetts, New York and Connecticut with over twenty years experience in corporate, commercial, and residential architecture and interiors, has traditionally led the business and technical sides of the projects, while Michael, who has over twenty years of experience as an interior and retail designer, has focused on the visual aspects of the project work. As partners in Red House Design (, we employ a collaborative work style and varied design aesthetic that platforms directly from our clients' needs, budgets and aspirations with an emphasis on sustainable and energy efficient building materials and practices.

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The Transformation of Hilltop House

Red House Design has transformed an outdated Cape-style house into an oasis of calm and modernity, open living and outdoor beauty.

A 1980s Makeover

The 1980’s were known for many things -- Madonna, MTV and an overall aesthetic of “more is never enough”. This farmhouse, built in the 80s, was no exception. After renovation by Red House Design, the house combines the traditional farmhouse look with modern open-plan living. The 80s are at rest.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.