David Sharff An early interest in art, history and construction led David Sharff into the field of architecture. David launched his practice in 1995 with a focus on detail-oriented residential design and home renovation. Today his award-winning firm’s designs can be seen enhancing neighborhoods throughout New England.

David holds both a BA and MA of Architecture (1988) from Tulane University, and has instructed design classes at the Boston Architectural Center. He is a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). David’s civic involvement includes the Medfield Historic District Commission and a past membership of Medfield’s Planning Board. He also designed two houses for Habitat for Humanity. David is a member of the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) and the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB).

Jill Breed At the age of 10, Jill was already inspiring others with the design of her own bedroom interior, being so bold as to apply wallpaper on the ceiling. Jill’s passion for interior materials and details led her to David Sharff Architect in 2003. Her prior experience in tile and flooring design and sales, along with her business background, make her the perfect fit as an interior designer and client relations manager. Jill feels privileged to be an integral part of our clients’ personal journeys building new homes or renovating existing ones.