Beinfield Architecture PC is an award winning full-service architecture firm founded in 1983 by Bruce Beinfield FAIA with offices located in the heart of historic South Norwalk, Connecticut. We are nationally recognized for our use of architecture as a tool for community building and place making.
We have gained both local and national reputation for our designs, and have received more than 80 major design awards for our diverse portfolio of work, which include single and multi-family residential, commercial, retail, restaurant, adaptive re-use and mixed-use development projects.
We are committed to a vision of architecture and design that is at once responsive and imaginative,
modern, yet respectful of tradition and context.
As architects practicing in New England, our work has been influenced by place, culture, and history. We are dedicated to solving architectural problems innovatively with sustainable solutions that are simple and direct, expressive of structure and program, and supportive of the varied patterns of human life. We are committed to a vision of architecture and design that is at once responsive and imaginative, modern, yet respectful of tradition and context. We are committed to a team approach, working closely with our clients, engineers, consultants and contractors to ensure a successful project, fulfilling our clients’ needs and enriching the community.
Sustainable Design, 3D Home Design, Restoration, Remodeling, Planning
Cannondale, Cos Cob, Darien, East Norwalk, Fairfield, Greens Farms, New Canaan, North Stamford, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Pound Ridge, Redding Ridge, Riverside, Scotts Corners, Southport, Stamford, Weston, Westport, Wilton, South Norwalk, New York City, Hartford, Noroton Heights, Rowayton, Westchester County, Georgetown, Trumbull
Beinfield Architecture has received over 80 design awards, including 28 AIA awards, 2 AIA Connecticut People’s Choice 2013 awards, Best of Houzz 2013, 2014.
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