Carolyn Dvorsack

Though the details in his designs can be subtle, the effect is very intentional. “It’s a personalization of architectural design,” Dvorsack says of his philosophy. “As a small practice I am able to spend a lot of time working closely with my clients to understand what’s really important to them. I really enjoy the owner’s reaction when it all comes together.” To maintain this personal connection to clients and attention to detail, Dvorsack limits the projects he undertakes every year. “I want to be an architect,” he says, “not a manager.”

Dvorsack, assisted by his wife, Carolyn, feels lucky to be one of a handful of businesses with offices in Highfield Hall. Being here has helped the longtime Falmouth resident deepen his connection to the area’s historic roots and way of life. In the end, as long as the work is gratifying and pleasing, Dvorsack knows he’s on the right track. “The process should be fun,” he says. “I love what I do.”

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Mary Grauerholz

Mary Grauerholz is the communications manager of the Cape Cod Foundation and a freelance writer.

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