Essex Junction, VT Architects and Building Designers
- 7 Kilburn Street BurlingtonVT0540150501
Every building designed by J. Graham Goldsmith is carefully designed to meet the desires of the clients, to harmonize light, space, surrounding materials, and is inspired by unique site characteristics. The use of natural daylight to create appeal, enhance the mood, and design that fits the context of the natural environment are important architectural principles learned during his study under Louis Kahn. These principles continue to inspire and are evident in the work today.
- 431 Pine Street BurlingtonVT05401
Vermont based boutique Architecture and Architectural Interiors Studio. Specializing in residential new construction, vacation homes, renovations and additions, RDS offers flexible design services from conceptual design through construction completion.
- 137 Maple Street, Suite 29B MiddleburyVT05753
VIA is an architectural practice located in central Vermont whose projects range in scale from small renovations to large-scale master planning. We believe that excellence in design can further our client’s goals and missions while encouraging respect for people and our natural environment. Through our work we strive to strengthen communities, support local economies, sustain healthy environments, and create beautiful spaces. We achieve this through deep core competency in architecture, planning and energy work, by engaging clients and users through education, and by fostering a climate of innovation and fun.
- 208 Rublee Road StarksboroVT0548750502
The buildings of Turner Brooks Architect are known for their successful response to different site conditions, programs, and budgets. The emphasis is on innovative design, ecological, and economically sound solutions. The work has been widely featured in both books and architectural journals here and abroad. In 1995 Princeton Architectural Press published the monograph: Turner Brooks: Work. Several houses have been published in Architectural Record magazine’s annual “Record Houses” issue. Many of the institutional projects, including the Gilder Boathouse for Yale University, were won in invited architectural competitions. Turner has lectured on his work throughout the United States and abroad. With each new project, we come prepared to listen to the client with an attitude of discovering the possibilities that are offered by the program and site. More often than not it is the friction between program and site that makes a design begin to ‘percolate’ and take form. The realities of budget and time almost always enter in as ‘referees’ to this friction. In the initial stages of a design project, we explore several different design alternatives with the client. We believe this is the best way to develop the most appropriate response to a given program. In the design process, we generate a series of physical models to clearly communicate both inside space and exterior form. We take pride in our thorough construction drawings and specifications as well as in the careful management and supervision of the construction process. Through careful siting, selection of appropriate and sustainable materials and systems, our buildings strive to tread lightly on the planet.
- 23 Main St. BristolVT0544350501
Studio III Architecture is based at the gateway to the Green Mountains in the town of Bristol, Vermont. We create meaningful modern architecture that is anchored to its place and rich in material and detail. We are deeply committed to a sustainable built environment, providing Passive House design, Energy Star rated buildings, and our firm is an adopter of the 2030 Challenge. We design with a sensitivity to our own unique northeast climate that starts with a commitment to the use of native materials, and have forged strong partnerships with talented local craftsmen and builders. We create living and working places for people who, like ourselves, have a strong sense of connectivity to the environment around them. Every project is unique and every client is a valued member of our design team. Studio III is led by Gregor Masefield, AIA, a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a PHIUS Certified Passive House Consultant. Studio III's architects are NCARB certified and hold licenses in Vermont, Connecticut and New York. Please note: We are "Studio III Architecture", not to be confused with Studio Three Architects, Studio 3 Architects or Studio3 Architects, but this text should help you to find us.
- 4509 Main Street WaitsfieldVT0567350502
Maclay Architects designs buildings and communities that are models for healthy, inspired living, advancing to a carbon neutral and ecologically sustainable future. We offer clients choices in selecting the appropriate levels of environmental performance. This may range from current standards to carbon neutral and/or net zero performance; buildings or communities that produce more energy than they consume annually.
- 645 S Main St StoweVT0567250502
Established in 1994, Tektonika Studio Architects is an architectural firm located in the Green Mountains of Vermont. We have established our reputation based upon a commitment to our clients and team building, a creative and rigorous design process and responsibility towards our communities and environment.
- 94 Caroline St. BurlingtonVT0540140501
We offer you several design approaches which allow you budget flexibility, from pre-designed drawing packages to custom design services. Whether you’re remodeling or building new, our Three-D design process is characterized by conveying your project as a direct reflection of your style and desires.
- Lake PlacidNY1294650501
SteeleWoods Architectural is a newly formed architectural design firm serving the Adirondacks. Jerome Siedlecki, firm founder and licensed architect, has more than 20 years experience in architecture and construction, beginning his career with Colin Fink / North Country Team in Essex, NY. Steelewoods Architectural has as a primary focus on light-commercial and residential projects with a design flavor favoring the rustic-modern vernacular.
Located in the beautiful Champlain Valley of northwestern Vermont, our firm has been in practice since 1994. At the core of our diverse portfolio is our effort to build the strength of communities. We have been active in sustainable construction throughout our careers. We strive to make buildings durable, useful, adaptable, appropriate in scale and appropriate to site while delighting in making them beautiful. A sustaining thread in our work is the integration of a project with its surrounding community. A project should enhance the environment or community with which it co-exists.
- 33 Brook Road WarrenVT0567450502
After twenty-five years as a conventional design/build practice, 2morrow Studio has spent the last several years creating a new delivery method based on the marriage of traditional craft with computerized manufacturing. This approach allows us to deliver green, custom homes that are seamlessly integrated into their surroundings at a fraction of traditional costs. Site disturbance is dramatically reduced as building schedules become shorter and more predictable.