Doyle Coffin Architecture has been providing exceptional architectural design services to residential and commercial clients throughout Fairfield County, New York and Greater New England for more than forty years. We are based in Ridgefield, Connecticut with two partners and an overall staff of eleven, including the firm’s founding partner, David D. Coffin.

At Doyle Coffin Architecture, we believe in timeless architectural design that appeals to the heart as well as the mind. We work in partnership with our clients to realize their dreams and create structures that combine beauty and function in a style that is contextually appropriate for its setting. Distinctive architectural design supported by professional, intelligent and comprehensive service is our core focus.

We bring the same respect for tradition, attention to detail and collaborative client relationship to every project we undertake, regardless of scale or type. Our recent work includes large and livable custom designed new residences as well as harmonious additions and renovations to existing homes. In all cases we strive to exceed the client’s expectations with regard to architectural design and level of service.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, New Custom Homes, Addtions-Renovations, Historic Restoration, Planning and Cabinetry

Areas Served
Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont

Certifications and Awards
AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Leading Ridgefield Area Architectural Firm - Best of Houzz 2014

Contact: Peter Coffin
Location: 158 Danbury Rd Ste 9
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Typical Job Costs: $200,000 - $20,000,000
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