Architectural firm, established in 1980, serving Greenwich, Fairfield County, Stamford, Westport, Darien, New Canaan, Southport, and Westchester County. Services ranging from the design of modest house additions and renovations to large-scale projects including estates, multi-family, commercial and industrial buildings. Our design philosophy integrates the idea that the clients stylistic and functional needs are translated into a well-tailored and cohesive architectural whole. The clients needs combined with our expertise will result in a well sited, diligently planned product that is both aesthetically sound and functional. As our work demonstrates, we do not harbor preconceived ideas or a signature style and look forward to working with clients to produce a logical sequence of design ideas.
Since we work in parametric 3D software, the client can visualize the actual end product before construction begins.
We enjoy helping the client build the right thing. If the concept is strong, the project will proceed smoothly.
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We visit the site to get an idea of what the owners goals are. Then we offer our opinions regarding the various options available.
I am a licensed architect in 40 states and am a member of the NCARB. I have practiced in Fairfield county for over 37 years.
I am involved in continuing education to keep up to date with the latest technologies in the residential field
Our fees range from providing enough drawings for a building permit on up to doing all the details for a custom home which sometimes can add up to 100 sheets of drawings. Most of our clients prefer the permit set and are confident hadling the design selections themselves for kitchen, bath, doors, colors etc.
I started in an architectural Highschool. My father was a
master builder/ craftsman. My son is now an architect.
small house additions/ renovations to 15000 square foot homes. Local residents to wall street tycoons:)
If you want to do a residential project, find an experienced residential architect.
Stick with a wishlist in word form. Don't do drawings or sketches since that will tend to limit your options.