Something Old, Something New
An antiques dealer continues a long relationship with Franck & Lohsen Architects, and brings context to his historic Washington, DC, home.
From House to Garden
Page Duke Landscape Architecture designs a fitting setting for a renovated Georgian farmhouse in Nashville, TN.
Kirk E. Peterson & Associates Architects renovates a master bath and dressing room to complement a 1912 Beaux-Arts home in Piedmont, CA.
A storied apartment within NYC's Osborne building is newly renovated by Zivkovic Connolly Architects.
Country Manor Overhaul
A 1930s home in Holmby Hills, CA, is updated and revitalized by Richard Manion Architecture.
A once-neglected barn in Gwynedd Valley, PA, is transformed into a rustic residence for the clients and their horses.
Inspired by the Greek Revival houses of Wiscasset, ME, Jan Gleysteen Architects re-imagines a home in Weston, MA. By Annabel Hsin
Not by the Book
New York architect Gary Brewer creates his dream house in the Park Hill neighborhood of Yonkers, NY. By Lynne Lavelle.
Frens & Frens Restoration Architects renovates and expands a late-19th-century Queen Anne in Pennsylvania. By Annabel Hsin
An addition to an English Cottage home in Fairfield County, CT, by Huestis Tucker Architects includes a new kitchen, mudroom and sunroom.
By Annabel Hsin
Jan Gleysteen Architects doubles the size of a 1938 Colonial Revival in Needham, MA, while maintaining its small scale and historic character.
By Will Holloway
Habitat's Historic Rehab
The derelict Armstrong Row Houses in Bridgeport, CT, are revived in a comprehensive effort orchestrated by Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County.
By Nancy E. Berry
David Jones Architects creates a Southern Colonial Revival weekend house in St. Michaels, MD.
By Nancy E. Berry
Time and Space
Meyer & Meyer Architecture and Interiors orchestrates the additions and upgrades to an 1890s Tudor Revival residence in Cambridge, MA. By Gordon Bock
The renovation of an 1850s townhouse in the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood of Philadelphia is complete after a 12-year project designed by Voith & Mactavish Architects. By Lynne Lavelle
A 1920 Georgian Revival structure in Annapolis, MD, returns to its residential roots after a comprehensive overhaul overseen by Charles E. Anthony Architects. By Annabel Hsin
A ca. 1860 brick Italianate in Dexter, MI, is enlarged and updated by Architectural Resource. By Dan Cooper
A Living History
A restoration and renovation by David Harlan Architects begins a new chapter in the history of an 18th-century farm in New Canaan, CT. By Annabel Hsin
Case in Point
Working with various community groups in Brooklyn, NY, Urban Architectural Initiatives converts a Romanesque Revival-style former police precinct into affordable housing. By Lynne Lavelle
Harrison Design Associates reinvents a modest Tudor-style cottage through a thoughtful renovation and respectful additions. By Annabel Hsin
Peter Zimmerman Architects draws inspiration from famed Colonial Revival architect R. Brognard Okie for the renovation of a ca. 1800 farmhouse. By Nancy E. Berry
A Natural Balance
Using archaeology, garden science and landscape architecture, Graham Landscape transforms an 18th-century Maryland estate into a model of environmental stewardship.
By Lynne Lavelle
Connecting to the Past
An early-19th-century stone farmhouse in Oley, PA, is renovated, expanded and updated with modern conveniences by Peter Zimmerman Architects. By Martha McDonald
An Arthur Kelly-designed Spanish Colonial Revival house near Los Angeles is renovated and nearly doubled in size by Michael Burch Architects. By Will Holloway
The expansion and renovation of an 1840s brick farmhouse near Pittsburgh, PA, by Cochran Associates Architects prompts the transformation of its 39-acre hillside site.
Working with an unconventional site, Eric Stengel Architecture creates an 800-sq.ft. conservatory addition to a Nashville, TN, home that complements its revised façade, entry hall and stair hall.
Aided by Perennial Homes and Ford Architectural Group, Jim Blahut and family save a Queen Anne-style summer cottage on Long Beach Island, NJ, from demolition and renovate it as a bed and breakfast.
A Georgian-style carriage house on Manhattan's Upper East Side is transformed into a five-bedroom family home and studio by Fairfax & Sammons Architects.
The Dowager's Facelift
Rosario Candela's 1926 Stanhope Hotel on the Upper East Side of Manhattan is transformed into a 26-room apartment house under the direction of John Simpson & Partners.
Windows on the Gulf
Opticos Architecture's renovation of a Seaside, FL, house gives new detailing, a new color scheme and a timber-frame porch and balcony to a design that was never fully realized.
Back to Its Roots
Donald Lococo Architects LLC renovates and sympathetically expands a 3,020-sq.ft. stone farmhouse in rural Loudoun County, VA, that had fallen into disrepair.
John Milner Architects, of Chadds Ford, PA, designed the most recent expansion and restoration of a 200-year-old stone house in Baltimore County, MD, preserving its original character while accommodating a contemporary program.
From hospital to luxury condominiums – the transformation of 455 Central Park West on Manhattan's Upper West Side was recently completed by New York City-based Rothzeid Kaiserman Thomson & Bee Architects.
A Townhouse Grows Up
Steven Kratchman Architect, of New York, NY, recently turned a three-story brick building on Manhattan's Upper East Side into a five-story limestone townhouse – an atypical approach in a city dotted with Modernist additions.
Drawing on English interior-design traditions, New York, NY-based Brockschmidt & Coleman re-imagines the furniture plan and the color and lighting schemes of a 1928 Wilmington, DE, residence that includes a recent addition by Chadds Ford, PA-based John Milner Architects.
Taking the Castle
Working with poor conditions and little original evidence, New Canaan, CT-based Wadia Associates, LLC, designs the comprehensive renovation of a 1920s Italianate "castle" in Greenwich, CT.
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc., of Washington, DC, designed the most recent renovation of an 18th-century Virginia residence, creating an addition and carefully incorporating its historic log-house core into a thoroughly contemporary residence. By Lynne Lavelle
By converting a row of 19th-century commercial buildings to residences on Historic Front Street, New York, NY-based Cook+Fox Architects has breathed new life into Manhattan’s Financial District. By Eve M. Kahn
A Place in the Sun
West Chester, PA-based Archer & Buchanan, Ltd., brought light and air to a dark, underused interior of a Philadelphia townhouse by gutting the first floor, opening up the rear of the house for a terrace with glass doors and adding a skyllight at the top of a newly siutuated stair.
By Marieke Cassia Gartner
From the Inside Out
Martin Brandwein Architect of Brooklyn, NY, created an addition to a 1934 Tudor Revival in Scarsdale, NY, that was true to the style, yet appropriate for contemporary living.
By Marieke Cassia Gartner
Set in Stone
A 20th-century stone house in Darien, CT, undergoes a renovation and expansion designed by Vicente-Burin Architects.
By Annabel Hsin
New York Story
Timothy Bryant Architect's renovation of a 1917 John Carpenter-designed apartment in Manhattan combines pre-war elegance with Bohemian art, fabrics and furnishings. By Lynne Lavelle
A Colonial Revival house and accompanying guesthouse in Talbot, MD, are renovated for modern family life by Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects.
By Lynne Lavelle