SimpleTwig Architecture, owned and operated by Architect Nicholas Buccalo, is a full service architectural firm based in Brooklyn, NY since 1993. We provide services to Home Owners, Developers and other Architect. Noteworthy projects include AirTrain, Carnegie Hall Landmarks Restoration, Avery Fisher Hall Stage Enhancement, New Victory Theater in Times Square Design, IBM Corporate Headquarters virtual reality presentation, many projects at the USMA at West Point and schools within the metro New York region. Also, design of the South Bend Art Museum, many townhouse renovations and additions and other projects. Here on Houzz we will focus only on our residential work.
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Attic Conversion, Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Garage Design, Green Building, Handicap-Accessible Design, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Restoration, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Mudroom Design, New Home Construction, Rooftop Deck Installation, Space Planning, Staircase Design, Sustainable Design, Tiny House Construction, Universal Design, Construction Drawings
Astoria, Bensonhurst, Breezy Point, Bronx, College Point, Coney Island, Elmhurst, Far Rockaway, Flushing, Howard Beach, Jackson Heights, Kew Gardens, Long Island City, Lyndhurst, Manhattan, New York, Queens, Ridgewood, West New York, Woodhaven, Brooklyn, Corona, Forest Hills, Jamaica
Certifications and Awards
Brooklyn Chamber of CommerceGraham Foundation GrantCabrini Green Housing Competition MentionHarvard Design Competition WinnerStuart Gruskin Foundation Board MemberNYSR PresidentASAI AIP Award of ExcellencePast: AIA, Architectural League
Commented: Help for my kitchen back splash choice please....So the granite countertops are not installed yet, correct? Your backslash should work with the countertops first, and also the floor. Maybe you can upload photos of the countertop and also a pict of...
Commented: Need help for our kitchen!Beautiful progress thus far. Do you plan on putting in kick plates? You're right about the backsplash competing with your selected countertop. I would suggest a light colored 'no pattern' material,...