Austin Patterson Disston Architects is a full-service architectural and planning firm with offices in Southport, Connecticut and Quogue, New York. Founded in 1982, the firm includes a staff of 30 people with 11 registered architects and 11 draftspersons. Examples of the firm’s built projects can be found throughout the country.

Our concentration is in high quality projects in all fields of residential, institutional and commercial work with services that include design for renovation, restoration, and new structures, as well as site planning, master planning, interior design, and landscape design.

Our design approach respects the integrity of both the built and natural contexts that make every building site unique. The partnership brings to each project not only a thorough knowledge and understanding of architectural precedent, but fresh and inventive design solutions that are both appropriate to a project’s context and responsive to the individual clients’ needs and aspirations in all its details.

A recent AIA design award won by the firm includes a statement from jury member Terence Riley, Curator of Architecture at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. ''At a moment when many architects are interested in history, this is a rare house to hit a note of authenticity and not simply stylistic revival. The architect knows the traditional language of architecture and deploys it quite well, and also knows when to slow down.'' We believe the statement aptly describes the philosophy behind our work.
Contact: Stuart Disston
Location: 44 Quogue Street, PO Box 1707
Quogue, NY 11959
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