A look at projects involving the new construction of period-style homes, including Colonial, Shingle Style, Greek Revival, and more.
Architect Frank Neely designs a new timeless Tudor in Atlanta.
To mitigate the formality of a house on Lake Placid, G.P. Schafer Architect turns to classical design and vernacular forms for inspiration. The result is a comfortable, casual, and gracious house on the shore.
Franck Lohsen McCrery's Wayside Manor in Middleburg, VA integrates the architecture and the landscape into one design scheme.
Jones & Boer Architects design a breathtaking mansion proving that craftsmanship and a sense of timelessness are still valued and achievable in today’s age.
Outerbridge Horsey Associates, PLLC, builds a poolhouse complex that is sympathetic with its Classically styled house.
Enkeboll Designs manufactures architectural woodcarvings: moldings, corbels, columns, capitals, moldings, arches, panels, mantels, onlays & more.
Milton Grenfell designs a home that creates a perfect flow between interior and garden spaces.
Austin Patterson Disston Architects creates a timeless design on a rocky ridge in Rye.
Traditional architecture provides a solid base from which to venture into the realm of design sustainability.
Landscape architect Gregory Lombardi shares the story of his Bulfinch Award-winning "Country Gentleman’s Estate."
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects design a Shingle Style home on a coastal farmstead in Massachusetts.
A mindful new home, by Peter Zimmerman Architects, built for current and future needs on the Connecticut coast honors the site's previous occupant.
A new farmhouse makes fiction a reality for a city-dwelling client.
Anne Decker Architects' Bauhaus-inspired stucco was designed to accommodate a client's eclectic mix of furnishings.
A newly-built New England Agrarian home outside of Boston is designed in a classic country club style by Catalano Architects.