Berkshire County, MA Architects and Building Designers
- 16 Washington Avenue MillbrookNY12545505081
We design new homes, additions, and renovations, and provide green solutions in New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Virginia and beyond. Established in 1985 and located in the historic Hudson Valley, the Firm's primary focus has been the creation of buildings that fit their site, historic context, and client needs, including energy conscious and green design solutions.
The firm has been working with clients to create living, work, worship, lodging, spa and well-being spaces in the Berkshires since 1989. Our portfolio includes award-winning historic preservation projects and residential work, some of it in the “Not So Big House” category, has been highlighted in various publications. Pamela Sandler is an early adopter in the use of green building materials and techniques. Pamela and the firm bring to clients an approachable and collaborative working style while keeping a focus on the details, budget and delivery of the project. The full-service firm provides design through project management services.
- 10 Highland Drive Great BarringtonMA01230485011
Littlewolf Architecture features Passive House strategies coupled with a spirit of invention. Our canvas is regional- the natural, rural, and built landscape. Our compass is universal- the sun, sky, earth, life. Our design craft is grounded in carpentry & construction experience. Our goal is to translate your hopes for a dwelling into a feasible design incorporating site ambiance and strategies for a modest energy footprint.
- PO Box 287 HousatonicMA0123650504
Diego Gutierrez works collaboratively with his clients to understand and bring alive their ultimate architectural vision for living and work spaces. To each of his projects, he brings the principles of sustainable design, green construction and environmental awareness, and the results of his work are found throughout the Berkshires and Great Barrington, Mass., nearby New York state, and Northwestern Connecticut. Born in Bogota, Colombia, he immigrated to New York City at age of nine, attended high school in Manhattan, and graduated in 1987 from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, with a Bachelor in Architecture. He worked for various architectural firms in New York until moving to the Berkshires in 2000. Now in his own practice, he works on a wide range of residential and commercial projects in the tri-state area. Diego’s love of architecture extends to education: he teaches children about the art and science of architecture through various design workshops at local schools, libraries and community centers. His workshops have been funded partly through grants from the Berkshire Taconic Foundation and the Boston Foundation for Architecture. He is also on staff at Flying Cloud Institute, a year-round educational arts and sciences camp serving children and teens. Diego lives in Housatonic, Massachusetts, a village in the Town of Great Barrington. He has been a member of various local committees, including the Energy Committee, which was instrumental in gaining state designation for Great Barrington as a “Green Community.” He has been a member of the Steering Committee of Friends of the Great Barrington Libraries, an all volunteer group dedicated to supporting and promoting the libraries in Great Barrington. He is assisting the Parks Committee of Great Barrington in developing a Master Plan for the Housatonic Village Green.
- Great BarringtonMA01230505011
Red House Design is a multi-disciplinary design and architecture firm based in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Our current work includes custom-designed homes and commercial buildings, residential interiors, renovations, restorations and additions to existing properties with an emphasis on sustainable and energy efficient building materials and methodologies. Co-founders Bruce Moore and Michael Alper have collaborated on design for renovations and new construction since 1993, focusing on a variety of residential scale projects. Bruce, a registered architect in Massachusetts, New York and Connecticut with over twenty years experience in corporate, commercial, mixed use and residential architecture and interiors, has traditionally led the business and technical sides of the projects, while Michael, who has over twenty years of experience as an interior and retail designer, has focused on the visual aspects of the project work. Call us today to discuss how we might collaborate together on a project!
- 27 Lenox Road West StockbridgeMA01266505012
Green River Design is a full service, professional, Custom Home Design Studio specializing in Residential Building Design in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. We specialize in the design & permitting of lake front Projects in Southern Berkshire County with 16 approved Projects on Stockbridge Bowl in Stockbridge, MA and Goose Pond in Lee, MA. We also just finished a new 3800 sq ft custom lakefront home in Sutton's Bay, Michigan.
- 55 Lenore drive HinsdaleMA0123550505
Residential Architectural Designer and Home Planner with 30 yrs experience from Northern Maine to the Florida Keys. Specializing in Waterfront homes and Mountain Retreats. We have Designed Extreme Home Renovations and Remodels, as well as Second Story Additions , Kitchen and Bath Remodels. Check out our Before and Afters as well.
ALDRIDGE ATELIER's design philosophy blends a minimalist sensibility with a classical sense of composition and proportion. The resulting products are contemporary and classical. Everything we do is designed in-house by our select, passionate team with the goal of creating a special, memorable experience for the discerning individual. We draw on a depth of knowledge and expertise built up over many years working on high-profile traditional and luxury projects such as Kate Spade, the Royal Albert Hall, Wimbledon, and the British Museum.
- 34 Walker Street LenoxMA0124050507
J. Harwood Architect is practice distinguished by a commitment to thoughtful, sustainable, client driven, design. We are comfortable working on urban and rural sites, in both new construction and renovation. Whether we are working for commercial or residential clients, the common thread in our projects is creative solutions and attention to detail. JHA prides itself on the ability to focus on our clients’ priorities, and achieve their project goals, working in a variety of architectural styles. Sustainable design is integral to our projects from beginning to end. It is a combination of good, common sense building practices, and responsible environmental stewardship. By integrating these principles into all phases of the design process, we achieve the maximum benefits for our clients. Jim Harwood has practiced architecture for 25 Years. A graduate of Cornell University, began his career in New York City specializing in fine residences for discerning clients. In 2007 Jim moved to Lenox, Massachusetts where his office is now based. Jim has a history of designing responsible, energy efficient buildings, in the challenging northeastern climate. He is a LEED accredited professional.
- 30 Croft Road PoughkeepsieNY12603505039
From classic estates to countryside cottages, Daniel Contelmo Architects has provided sensitive design aesthetic for over 30 years in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. Our clients share a commitment to finely detailed homes that communicate with their surroundings. The Historic Hudson Valley in New York has been an inspiration, steeped in a traditional vernacular. Daniel Contelmo Architects is committed to the revival and evolution of architecture that is inspired by the past and makes a statement for the future. We provide architectural designs, construction drawings, and construction administration for custom homes and high-end additions and renovations. The firm's work has been predominately in the Millbrook area of Dutchess County and the Towns of Bedford and Chappaqua in Westchester County, as well as the Hamptons.
- 11 Brook Street PO Box 1327 LakevilleCT06039505025
Demetriades + Walker is located in the Northwest hills of Connecticut. The work is primarily residential, spirited by an innovative approach to modernism and site integration. A site and client responsive approach is fundamental to all projects. Stylistically, our work embraces innovative modernism, as well as the vernacular tradition; we believe the choreography of light, volume and spatial progression transgresses stylistic labels. We research and select materials for sustainability and for harmony with our architectural objectives, balancing dynamic and contemplative aspects. For over twenty years, our architecture firm has taken an innovative approach to modernism while embracing the land, our clients' needs and the vernacular tradition. The timeless aspects of good design - light, volume, space, and sustainability - are the foundation of our practice.
- 91 Main Street SharonCT06069505019
Hendricks Churchill is an architecture and interior design firm that specializes in the creation of beautiful buildings and homes. All Hendricks Churchill undertakings are defined by the single guiding principle of relevancy – to their client’s identity, to their environmental and historical setting, and to their architectural legacy. The Hendricks Churchill team of architects and designers embodies a breadth of vision and experience that allows them to explore architectural styles ranging from classical to the traditional New England vernacular, while undertaking select contemporary projects each year. With the ability to tailor its services precisely to every client’s needs, each and every Hendricks Churchill project enjoys the highest level of critical consideration in its vision, beauty, function, and sustainability.
- 1 Railroad Ave ChathamNY12037505029
James Dixon Architect PC is an award winning, full-service architectural practice, with offices in Chatham, New York and Portland, Oregon. The staff consists of nine architects and a full-time business manager. The firm specializes in high-end residential design, with projects throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. James Dixon holds a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from the University of Oregon, and a Graduate Diploma in Architectural History & Theory from the Architectural Association, London. Mr. Dixon is a Registered Architect, and member of the American Institute of Architects. James Dixon Architect PC is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and provides LEED-Accredited Professional design services.
- 790 Farmington Avenue FarmingtonCT0603250507
Kemper Associates will design a new home to fit your lot and living requirements. This is the most involved way of building. We take into account the physical and contextual aspects of your land and synthesize them with your aspirations and requirements, producing a singular design for your new home.
- 720 Main St WilliamstownMA0126750506
"Burr and McCallum fitted the house to the land like moss to a rock.” ~ Robert Campbell, FAIA, architecture critic for the Boston Globe "Frank Gehry meets the Shakers" is how former Dean of the Yale Architecture School, Thomas Beebe, once described our work. These two quotes describe what we strive for in our architecture. It must start with a strong connection with the site: physically, historically, and emotionally. And from that beginning emerges invention. We love to use old materials in innovative ways. We update traditional construction methods that have proven their worth over centuries with new materials and current energy conservation techniques. History is our friend and our inspiration. Franklin Andrus Burr, FAIA, received his B. A. from Williams College and his M. Arch. from the Yale School of Architecture (1970). Andy is a registered architect in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Ann Kidston McCallum, FAIA, received her B. A. from McGill University and her M. Arch. from Yale School of Architecture (1980). She currently teaches architectural design at Williams College. Ann is a registered architect in Massachusetts and New York. Ann and Andy are both Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA). Becoming a Fellow is considered a great honor; fewer than 2 percent of all registered architects in the United States are elected to fellowship in the AIA. Of these, less than 15% are design fellows, putting Burr and McCallum Architects in an honored status among less than one half of one percent of all American architects. David Shaughnessy, Partner, has been a vital part of the firm’s success for nearly three decades. David is in charge of construction documents and project management, collaborating with contractors, suppliers, consultants, and clients.