The New Modern

Residential DesignThe New Modern Interior... it is traditional, it is contemporary, and yes, it is modern.... in fact, the New Modern interior has the elements of many design styles. The success of the new modern is in how the styles mesh, and the relationships between the elements of each style; hard to define, but so evident within the successful space. Is the New Modern the style of today? We think so!

Residential Design

Residential DesignWe are commited to meticulously designed and finely detailed residential environments. We are proud that our projects are totally reflective of our client's tastes and requirements, creating spaces that are not only aesthetically beautiful, but thoroughly functional.

Institutional Design

Institutional DesignWorking with educational, ecclesiastical, and commercial institutions, we aim to continue the traditions, incorporate the beliefs, and create designs that are truly reflective of the rich heritage and high standards of each individual project, meeting the challenges and working as a team toward a most successful project completion.

Historic Interiors

Historical InteriorsDeep crown moldings, elaborate plaster ceilings, stained mahogony wainscoting...these are just a few of the architectural treasures that can be found within an historic structure. The meticulous restoration and architectural conservation of the treasures within significant buildings becomes the foundation from which all our historic designs originate. Maintaining and preserving the historic character of significant buildings in a most sensitive and appropriate manner is what sets our designs apart.

Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive ReuseTo create a truly spectacular living environment from an historically significant carriage house; to carve out 12 individual condominium units within a Tudor mansion;to design 10 offices within a Federal townhouse; these are the adaptive reuse projects that successfully preserve a piece of architectural history by creating a new and modern use within them. The practice not only saves an historically significant but outdated building, but also employs the LEED philosophy (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), so critical to the ecological design concerns of the future.