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New Residence, Milan, New York draws from the Victorian carriage house vernacular
This new residence in Red Hook, New York uses a Colonial Revival idiom with a nod to McKim, Mead & White precedents
This new residence in Milan, New York draws inspiration from the Hudson Valley Victorian carriage house vernacular. A fieldstone foundation and vertical siding reinforce the barn imagery.
This new Red Hook, New York residence uses a Colonial Revival idiom with a nod to McKim, Mead & White precedents of the turn of the last century.
This lakefront residence in Clinton, New York wraps a new Gothic Revival addition around the core of an earlier cottage.
A traditional Country French inspiration is reflected in this new residence in Rhinebeck, New York
This lakefront residence in Clinton, New York wraps a new Gothic Revival addition around the core of an earlier cottage, with board & batten siding and a standing seam metal roof.
A traditional Country French inspiration is reflected in this new residence in Rhinebeck, New York. Stucco walls with stone accents and wooden shutters reflect the formal yet relaxed style.
This newly built Tuscan villag perches on a hillside above the Hudson River in Philipstown, New York.
This addition to an historic home in Clinton, New York uses the theme of a New England farmhouse to connect a new barn wing
This newly built Tuscan villa perches on a hillside above the Hudson River in Philipstown, New York. A roof of terracotta tiles complements the boldly hued stucco walls and limestone trim.
An addition to an historic home in Clinton, New York uses the theme of a New England farmhouse with attached outbuildings to connect a new barn-style mudroom entry and garage wing.
A Greek Revival style addition and renovation transformed this Poughkeepsie, New York residenceThis is a Craftsman style addition to a Hudson Riverfront home in the same idiom.
A Greek Revival style addition and renovation transformed this Poughkeepsie, New York residence. Stucco walls with a full entablature sit below a lead-coated copper standing seam roof
This is a Craftsman style addition to a late twentieth century Hudson Riverfront home in the same idiom, featuring cedar shingles and trim under a standing seam metal roof.

This is a representative sample of the kinds of residential projects we have designed.  In fact, we have collaborated with clients and builders on several hundred different projects since opening our office in Rhinebeck in 1993.  From new homes to modest additions, and from gut renovations and transformations to respectful restoration and preservation projects, we bring our talents and craft to bear with skill and enthusiasm.

Contact us at:

Warren Temple Smith Architects, LLC
65 Livingston Street
Rhinebeck, New York 12572
(845) 876-5707 (tel/fax)
warren@warrentemplesmith.com
www.warrentemplesmith.com

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