New Construction


A look at projects involving the new construction of period-style homes, including Colonial, Shingle Style, Greek Revival, and more. 

SEE ALSO: Landscape & Garden | Restoration & Renovation

semicircular stone staircase, French Normandy house

Charles Hilton's French Normandy Manor House

For a French Normandy manor house on a Greenwich, Connecticut, estate, architect Charles Hilton took inspiration from Marie Antoinette’s Hameau de la Reine at Versailles.

Phi Mu Fraternity’s new sorority

A New Sorority House by Michael G. Imber

Michael G. Imber designs a Georgian-inspired building at the University of Arkansas.

230 tons of Indiana Limestone were used to carve out the exterior details, including load bearing front and rear porticoes, blind arches, sills and terrace paving.

A New Urban Villa from Jones & Boer Architects

Jones & Boer Architects design a breathtaking mansion proving that craftsmanship and a sense of timelessness are still valued and achievable in today’s age.

The Guild on Meeting Stree

Courier Square Designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects

Robert A. M. Stern Architects designs Courier Square taking cues from Charleston’s historic buildings.


Symmetry & Style in a Classically Designed New Home

This newly-designed classical home in Wisconsin features thoughtfully-placed windows that highlight the surrounding wooded landscape.

Buying Guide Spotlight

steel casement window

Seekircher Steel Window Corp.

Repairer of steel casement windows: performed on location; more than 7,000 windows repaired annually in 26 states; large collection of vintage steel casement windows, doors & hardware; family-owned business established in 1977.