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This project presented a very interesting challenge for both the homeowners and the architect. The couple inherited a fairly traditional Cape-style house on the water on Shippan Point in Stamford CT.  The client looked for a Fairfield County architect who would explore renovating the house...

Offering a prime view of a Rowayton beach strip, this house already had the charm and history but needed a small lift to protect it from Mother Nature’s potential floods. The new owner wanted to emphasize the views to the water and provide multiple areas...

This wonderful 10,000 s.f. waterfront project in Greenwich, CT earned Robert A. Cardello an A-List Award for Historical Home Renovation in 2013. At the start of the project, it was clear that the house had been poorly maintained over the years. However, one couldn’t ignore...

After a full review of this property on the coast of Narragansett Bay with beautiful views of the Newport Bridge, we decided a whimsical shingle-style home would compliment the exquisite location to take full advantage of the surrounding scenery. The large expansive program consisted of...

This was a challenging lot – a long, narrow piece of land with coastline on both the southern and eastern sides. Several variances were required in order to build a house that would take full advantage of the views, but there was an existing house...

This project started as a one-acre property  in Darien CT overlooking the mouth of the Five Mile River. The existing structure was demolished and we began to explore the best possible position for the new home, determined by the angle that captured the best light...