David Hotson Architect
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David Hotson Architect is a full-service architectural design firm specializing in crisply delineated, impeccably detailed contemporary residential architecture.

The office has extensive experience working on new houses, additions and renovations, co-op and condominium apartment and loft renovations, adaptive reuse and infill projects, renovations of historic townhouse buildings, and projects in the art world --including museums, galleries, and studios and residences for artists and collectors.

David Hotson attended the Yale University School of Architecture, where he was awarded the Skidmore Owings and Merrill Foundation Traveling Fellowship, awarded to three graduate students annually by nationwide competition. After receiving a Master of Architecture degree from Yale, David moved to New York City and established his private practice in 1991.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Construction Contract Administration, Loft Renovations, Apartment Renovations, Architectural Construct

Areas Served
New York, New York City, New Jersey, The Hudson Valley, The Hamptons and Long Island, The Berkshires, Vermont

Certifications and Awards
Interior Design Magazine 'Best of Year' Award: 2013
Architizer 'A+' Jury Award: 2014
Contact: David Hotson
Location: 151 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10013
Typical Job Costs: $300,000 - $15,000,000
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Commented: Belay system There is an automatic belaying reel bolted to the steel truss at the apex of the pyramidal four-story living room space, so it is possible to leap off the column and be lowered gently back down to the...
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Commented: How do you round out the walls like that? Gypsum wallboard manufacturers have created thin wallboard materials that can be applied to standard stud framing that has been installed along a curved path. For tighter radii the paper surfaces of ...
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Commented: Fireplace The fireplace in this loft is a FireOrb (http://www.fireorb.net)..... It is a wonderful design (by the late, great Doug Garafolo) and is smaller and less costly than the Focus suspended fireplaces (wh...
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Commented: What is the material used for the wall and ceiling? The wall surfaces here are skim-coat plaster applied over a gypsum substrate between specially milled wood plaster beads, which form the reveals or shadow-gaps between the facets. This space --and th...
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Commented: Is that a slide? Yes..... this image shows the lowest section of an eighty-foot-long slide, constructed from mirror-polished stainless steel, which provides a quick trip down through all four stories of this penthouse...
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