SISR Architecture practices out of a traditional farm style 'Cape' circa 1790, in Marlow, NH. Situated about 10 miles east of the Connecticut River valley, the predominantly forested rural Marlow (population of approximately 750) can be found about midway between Keene and Newport, at the junction of Routes 10 and 123.
Marlow is perhaps best recognized, if not known, by the often depicted view of a trio of traditional white town buildings clustered about not a town green, but a pond. The town's ponds are also considered to be the headwaters of the Ashuelot River which flows south toward Keene from here.
A most notable Marlow 'offspring' of recent time has been the phenomenally successful P.C. Connection. Their presence is still most visible in the P.C. Connection Conference Center. Previously the Christmas Trees Inn (which was a Marlow landmark for years), the property was purchased and completely renovated by P.C. Connection, and a grand 'Inn' once again graces the southern approach to Marlow.